Skip to comments.Kosher Food Being Served at White House is 'Insulting'? ... MJ Rosenberg, a leftist who was
Posted on 04/11/2012 2:19:05 PM PDT by Nachum
MJ Rosenberg, the radical leftist who was recently ousted from his position at Media Matters for America, is now writing a blog where he continues to propagate his anti-Israel and anti-Jewish views.
He wrote on Monday that the most ridiculous (and insulting) White House pander came at Hanukah when kosher food was served at a high-profile event.
He references a New York Times article, which describes A Lubavitch SWAT team expunging the kitchen of all traces of non-kosher food, and proclaims that such actions are merely attempts at appeasing Jewish voters, while treating them as if they just arrived from Poland or Russia.
Absurd, offensive and utterly unnecessary, he exclaims, after providing an excerpt from the article. The percentage of Jews who require that level of koshering is infinitesimal and probably not five of them would be at the White House that night. Surely, they would not have minded eating a nice packaged kosher meal prepared specially for them rather than put the White House out like that.
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
Lubavitch Swat team?
Yes! Plat the theme from SWAT!!
The new Lubavticher Hassidic SWAT theme song...
Stop right there! You have illegal leavened bread!
Kosher cooking is a pretty serious matter for those of the Jewish faith. There are some old testament admonistrations for things like mixing milk from the mother with meat from the calf. In many homes, 2 separate kitchens are maintained for preparing family meals according to their faith.
I see nothing wrong with the White House honoring Jewish traditions, during their Holy Week. Anyone, who follows the rules, may cook in accordance with Kosher cooking.
I wonder if Rosenberg is equally cheesed-off about Halal food served in the White House.... I’m guessing it is....
Great pic! My hat is off to whoever did it!
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