"I can’t stand Obama," Braun says, adding that it’s not because the Illinois senator is black. "That’s the only thing I like about him. He opens the door for other minorities."
"He reminds me of Adolf Hitler," Braun explained, adding he does not like Obama because "he is a Muslim" — a thoroughly debunked myth.
He explained that he supports Obama and saw this as a way of expressing what so many are already discussing over dinner conversations. "Everyone talks about it. I put it on a shirt." Instead of seeing it as fashion, Braun feels it is a form of performance art.
"I am a true anti-Obama New York Jew. The word on the street is that New York Jews will vote for McCain anyhow. The majority of the Jews – at least the ones that are proud of their religion and practice it – like me, don't want to see Obama – a man who's middle name is Hussein, and his family from his Kenyan father's side is Muslim, as the leader of this great country.
More than that, after Obama's pastor, Jeremiah Wright honored Louis Farrakhan – definitely one of the most racist and anti-Semitic people alive – Obama lost us Jews totally. That made me start this political movement in the first place."