This is a logo from the J Street University division:
In a rhyming mood, I am sure a very good case could be made that J Street, its founders, its platform, its policies, its actions and its intentions are, on all those issues above, more, much more a "no" than "pro".
And their negativity is expressed in ignoring realities and developments, which is also a "no" in my understanding.
a) how can you be "pro-democracy" when Mahmoud Abbas has not been elected for going on almost a decade? Or when you know that the intended Palestine entity, at this moment is 80% non-democratic, and not enlightened and non-tolerant and tramples civil liberties and human rights - and that's referring to Arabs - , and will not be democratic when a full-fledged state?
b) how can you be "pro-TwoStates" when already there are three entitities in the former area of the Palestine Mandate that are exclusively Arab - Palestinian Authority Fatahland in Judea and Samaria, Hamastan in Gaza and Jordan?
c) how can you be "pro-justice" when the Arab side will not agree to recognize the national ethos of the Jewish people?
d) how can you be "pro-peace" when you never deal with Arab incitement or violence on the same level that you do anything you dislike on the Jewish side?
If you're on J Street, you've made a wrong turn.
And if you're active in J Street, I fear you have no anti-Zionist limitations:
Have you any boundaries?