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850 Orthodox Rabbis Against Obama's Supreme Court Choice
Israel National News ^ | 06/28/2010 | Eli Stutz

Posted on 06/28/2010 11:19:06 PM PDT by Uncle Miltie

The Rabbinical Alliance of America, which represents 850 Orthodox Rabbis, harshly criticized U.S. President Barack Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, Elena Kagan. Kagan, 50, is set to replace retiring Justice John Paul Stevens, 90, the court's foremost liberal.

Rabbi Yehuda Levin, speaking on behalf of the body of rabbis, issued a statement explaining their position, saying:

"Ms. Kagan is Non-Kosher - not fit to serve on the supreme court or any other court. It is clear from Ms. Kagan's record on issues such as abortion-on-demand, Partial-Birth-Abortion, the radical homosexual and lesbian agenda, the "supremacy" of the anti-family panoply over religious liberties of Biblical adherents, et. al., that she will function as a flame-throwing radical, hastening society's already steep decline into Sodom and Gommorah."

Levin told CNSNews.com that his fellow rabbis and hundreds of thousands of Orthodox Jews--are confused at the Obama's choice of Kagan.

“What exactly was Obama thinking, President Obama thinking, when he nominated Kagan? Because eventually, down the road, someone--or some group--is going to ‘take the hit’ for the crazy decisions that Kagan is bound to make. So we would have much preferred if President Obama had given this ‘distinction’ to another minority group, instead of singling out the Jews.”

"We feel that Elena Kagan turns traditional Judaism on its head--from a concept of a nation of priests and holy people, she is turning it into, ‘Let’s homosexualize every segment of society. And by the way, partial-birth babies have no right to be delivered.’"

Senator Jeff Sessions, the leading Republican on the Judiciary Committee said that Kagan can expect hard questions regarding her ability to be a Supreme Court justice.

Sessions, who appeared on Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation" said, "She has the least experience of any nominee at least in the last 50 years."

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1 posted on 06/28/2010 11:19:07 PM PDT by Uncle Miltie
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To: Uncle Miltie

That’s my Rabbis!


2 posted on 06/28/2010 11:20:57 PM PDT by Uncle Miltie (0bummer calls opponents "Teabaggers". So we can call Kagan "Carpet Muncher." Right?)
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To: Uncle Miltie
"Ms. Kagan is Non-Kosher

Which of the current nine is?

3 posted on 06/28/2010 11:22:23 PM PDT by Michael.SF. (Even Hitler had Government run health care, but at least he got the Olympics for Germany)
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To: Uncle Miltie
Well good for them to have spoken up, but it will only make obama all the more gleeful to know he's upset a bunch of Jews.
4 posted on 06/28/2010 11:24:12 PM PDT by hinckley buzzard
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To: Uncle Miltie

bflr


5 posted on 06/29/2010 12:44:17 AM PDT by Captain Beyond (The Hammer of the gods! (Just a cool line from a Led Zep song))
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To: Uncle Miltie
While I am a staunch supporter of Israel the obvious has to be stated. Jews have been voting for Liberal Democrats for decades in this country. They have voted over and over again inviting and even hoping this day would come. Now it has arrived and NOW they want complain for getting precisely what they asked for?

“Be careful what you ask for” does not even begin to describe the hypocrisy. Next time, if there is one, how about the Jews actually support the side that supports them?!?!

6 posted on 06/29/2010 1:27:14 AM PDT by Advil000
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To: Uncle Miltie

Thank heaven someone had the courage to speak against this evildoer.

Like her master, the Obamao, she is without a soul.


7 posted on 06/29/2010 2:58:52 AM PDT by Carley (For those who fought for it, freedom has a flavor the protected will never know.)
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To: Advil000

I hear you, Uncle Milty. And how many Christians were well grounded in scripture and spent time in prayer before the 2008 presidential election?

Not enough.


8 posted on 06/29/2010 4:48:40 AM PDT by RoadTest (Religion is a substitute for the relationship God wants with you.)
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To: Uncle Miltie

It’s great to see these Rabbi’s speak out. There’s some unity for Obama between Jews and Christians. It’s always been there, but now on full display for America.

All in response to Kagan’s immoral views. That’s definitely Kosher.


9 posted on 06/29/2010 5:11:33 AM PDT by writer33 (Mark Levin Is The Constitutional Engine Of Conservatism)
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10 posted on 06/29/2010 5:12:58 AM PDT by SJackson (most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it, M Sanger)
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To: Uncle Miltie

Ah ... well then why did most of them (percentages confirmed in national voting data) ... VOTE FOR HIM?


11 posted on 06/29/2010 5:22:28 AM PDT by ThePatriotsFlag (http://www.thepatriotsflag.com - The Patriot's Flag)
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To: Uncle Miltie

Good For Those Rabbis! G-d Bless Them for speaking up.


12 posted on 06/29/2010 5:24:07 AM PDT by left that other site (Your Mi'KMaq Paddy Whacky Bass Playing Biker Buddy)
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To: Uncle Miltie

Question:

Will the “secular Jews” begin to call Orthodox Jews
“bible-thumping morons” as they do the Christians in flyover country?

Just curious, just asking, just getting sick of the
double-standards, and sick of the constant accusations of racism and anti-semitism.

IMHO


13 posted on 06/29/2010 5:32:55 AM PDT by ripley
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To: Uncle Miltie

American Jewry is marked as notoriously liberal, blindly voting Dimocrat. The good news is that the Orthodox Jews are conservative, fully in line with traditional American values, and are having large families.


14 posted on 06/29/2010 6:29:49 AM PDT by Malesherbes (Sauve qui peut)
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To: ThePatriotsFlag

Wake up America. Barry doesn’t care what you think. He’s too busy building his kingdom. Soon if he has his way the only thing we will get to vote on is which crown he will wear (if that).


15 posted on 06/29/2010 6:32:33 AM PDT by freebird5850 (Obama golfed while the Gulf gushed.)
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To: Advil000
If it's obvious why does it have to be stated over and over and over again??

Stating one supports the Jewish people and yet grips and groans on a constant about them. when even when more obvious make a good united stand. Is like the Islamic claiming they are a religion of peace while they abuse and kill others as well as one another.

16 posted on 06/29/2010 6:40:48 AM PDT by caww
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To: Advil000; All
Jews have been voting for liberal Democrats for decades in this country.

The majority of Jews, yes. But there is a substantial minority of us, some here on FR, who detest liberal 'Rats across the board for a whole slew of reasons.

Turns out that Rabbi Levin has been an outspoken political conservative for decades, and even ran himself for mayor of NYC on the Conservative Party line. So you are off base to accuse him or his organization of hypocrisy.

17 posted on 06/29/2010 7:25:51 AM PDT by justiceseeker93
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To: Michael.SF.
"Ms. Kagan is Non-Kosher."

Rabbi Levin was using the word "kosher" in this context figuratively, to mean "clean" or "capable of passing scrutiny."

18 posted on 06/29/2010 7:35:04 AM PDT by justiceseeker93
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To: ripley

“Will the “secular Jews” begin to call Orthodox Jews
“bible-thumping morons” as they do the Christians in flyover country?”

They’ve been calling us that for years, probably since Mt. Sinai.

I was called a “throwback Bronze Age Jew” by a secular Jew this morning in fact, following by a whispered “zionist!” to his little queer friend.

You’ve never seen contempt until you see how secular Jewish people treat observant Jewish people.


19 posted on 06/29/2010 7:41:52 AM PDT by Jewbacca (The residents of Iroquois territory may not determine whether Jews may live in Jerusalem.)
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To: Advil000

“how about the Jews actually support the side that supports them”

Observant Jewish people and Israeli Jewish people do.

Don’t confuse atheist people of Jewish descent like Kagan with actual Jewish people.

That’s like holding up Nancy Pelosi and saying she is a model Roman Catholic.


20 posted on 06/29/2010 7:43:45 AM PDT by Jewbacca (The residents of Iroquois territory may not determine whether Jews may live in Jerusalem.)
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To: Uncle Miltie

As much as I agree with the substance of what the rabbis say, I am very uncomfortable with injecting religion into politics.

(And I say this as someone who recently served on the Board of Directors of an Orthodox shul.)


21 posted on 06/29/2010 7:44:45 AM PDT by NYC GOP Chick
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Ping!!!

Please see my posts #s 17 and 18.

22 posted on 06/29/2010 8:07:03 AM PDT by justiceseeker93
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To: Advil000

These are the real Orthodox Rabbis. Don’t confuse them with the 80% liberal / 50% non-believer “Jews In Name Only”.


23 posted on 06/29/2010 8:18:20 AM PDT by Uncle Miltie (0bummer calls opponents "Teabaggers". So we can call Kagan "Carpet Muncher." Right?)
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To: Uncle Miltie
Be careful with these people.

The head of this organization, Rabbi Abraham Hecht, was banned from Israel for promoting the assassination of former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin -- he gave it a religious sanction, essentially a Jewish fatwa. Rabin was later assassinated by Yigal Amir, a man he inspired.

24 posted on 06/29/2010 8:45:25 AM PDT by Alter Kaker (Gravitation is a theory, not a fact. It should be approached with an open mind...)
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To: Jewbacca

Question:

Is it possible for a “secular” Jew to be anti-semitic when he treats observant Jews with contempt?

Just asking. (Thanks)


25 posted on 06/29/2010 9:10:14 AM PDT by ripley
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To: ripley

I suppose it depends on how one is defining “anti-semetic”

I would defer to a native English speaker like yourself.


26 posted on 06/29/2010 9:26:20 AM PDT by Jewbacca (The residents of Iroquois territory may not determine whether Jews may live in Jerusalem.)
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To: Jewbacca
You've never seen contempt until you see how secular Jewish people treat observant Jewish people.

Yes, there are some problems along these lines, and you are OK to point it out, but you overgeneralize and exaggerate the magnitude of it.

27 posted on 06/29/2010 9:31:04 AM PDT by justiceseeker93
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To: Jewbacca

Thanks for your reply.


28 posted on 06/29/2010 9:43:56 AM PDT by ripley
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To: NYC GOP Chick
...I am very uncomfortable with injecting religion into politics.

No matter what the left of today will have you believe, religion has been "injected" into politics in the United States since the founding of the Republic. There are many ways in which this has played out over the years, and most of these have been non-threatening to religious freedom as a whole.

In this case, clergy advocating a mainstream political or legal position based on their religious principles is very much consistent with the historical tradition of American politics.

29 posted on 06/29/2010 9:48:54 AM PDT by justiceseeker93
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To: NYC GOP Chick

“I am very uncomfortable with injecting religion into politics.”

A common defense mechanism, bred into us in ghettos.

Keep your head down. Don’t bring attention to yourself.

And also why the JINOS are the face of Judaism in America.


30 posted on 06/29/2010 9:56:54 AM PDT by Jewbacca (The residents of Iroquois territory may not determine whether Jews may live in Jerusalem.)
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To: justiceseeker93

“but you overgeneralize and exaggerate the magnitude of it”

Take the train with my father-in-law and myself one day in New Jersey.


31 posted on 06/29/2010 9:59:02 AM PDT by Jewbacca (The residents of Iroquois territory may not determine whether Jews may live in Jerusalem.)
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To: Uncle Miltie
Levin told CNSNews.com that his fellow rabbis and hundreds of thousands of Orthodox Jews--are confused at the Obama's choice of Kagan.

What's so confusing about the ultra-liberal Obama nominating the ultra-liberal Kagan? The only thing confusing is the rabbis' confusion.

32 posted on 06/29/2010 10:20:44 AM PDT by Mr. Mojo
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To: Advil000; ThePatriotsFlag

You people are obviously totally ignorant about Rabbi Levin and his organization. He has been in the fight against liberal Democrats and for moral sanity for decades, even running for Congress at one point. There are, unfortunately, plenty of Orthodox Jews who are “yellow dog Democrats,” but I can guarantee you that this group isn’t among them.


33 posted on 06/29/2010 10:37:16 AM PDT by Zionist Conspirator (Lakhen 'emor, hinni noten lo 'et-beriti shalom.)
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To: NYC GOP Chick
As much as I agree with the substance of what the rabbis say, I am very uncomfortable with injecting religion into politics.

(And I say this as someone who recently served on the Board of Directors of an Orthodox shul.)

The Seven Noachide Laws are objectively binding on the entire non-Jewish portion of the human race. Non-Jews are even required to set up courts of law to enforce them. The "separation of religion and politics" is a modern, un-Jewish concept. It's a good ideological justification for getting the goyim to let Jews live in peace, but unfortunately in the past two hundred years many Jews seem to have gotten the mistaken idea that it's actually part of Judaism rather than a purely utilitarian position.

About three hundred years ago all Jews lived as a self-governing Theocratic community under the civil authority of the rabbinate. With moslems spreading sharia around, perhaps Jews should give some thought to returning to that polity.

34 posted on 06/29/2010 10:46:59 AM PDT by Zionist Conspirator (Lakhen 'emor, hinni noten lo 'et-beriti shalom.)
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To: Alter Kaker
Be careful with these people.

The head of this organization, Rabbi Abraham Hecht, was banned from Israel for promoting the assassination of former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin -- he gave it a religious sanction, essentially a Jewish fatwa. Rabin was later assassinated by Yigal Amir, a man he inspired.

You're way, way, way out of line. This group is Charedi, not Zionist. Also, so far as I know there is no connection between Rabbi Levin and Rabbi Hecht.

35 posted on 06/29/2010 10:58:38 AM PDT by Zionist Conspirator (Lakhen 'emor, hinni noten lo 'et-beriti shalom.)
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To: Mr. Mojo
The only thing confusing is the rabbis' confusion.

Yes, I would agree that "confused" is the wrong choice of word there. A word like "appalled" might be more appropriate.

36 posted on 06/29/2010 11:18:22 AM PDT by justiceseeker93
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To: Jewbacca

I don’t like it when Christians try to do it and that was one of my many criticisms of Huckabee’s candidacy in ‘08. And I sure as hell am against the creeping insinuation of Islam into our society. I’d be a hypocrite if I thought it OK when Jews do it.

But thanks *so much* for the insult. As a member of an Orthodox shul who attends services every week (not to mention holidays), yeah, I’m *such* a JINO. I see that you’re a student of Dale Carnegie and “How To Win Friends And Influence People.”

You used to be one of the people here I liked. I won’t make that mistake again.


37 posted on 06/29/2010 11:59:54 AM PDT by NYC GOP Chick
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To: Zionist Conspirator
The Seven Noachide Laws are objectively binding on the entire non-Jewish portion of the human race. Non-Jews are even required to set up courts of law to enforce them. The "separation of religion and politics" is a modern, un-Jewish concept. It's a good ideological justification for getting the goyim to let Jews live in peace, but unfortunately in the past two hundred years many Jews seem to have gotten the mistaken idea that it's actually part of Judaism rather than a purely utilitarian position.

About three hundred years ago all Jews lived as a self-governing Theocratic community under the civil authority of the rabbinate. With moslems spreading sharia around, perhaps Jews should give some thought to returning to that polity.


We don't live in a theocracy. If the separation of religion and politics is too much of a problem for anyone, then perhaps he or she would be more comfortable in a theocratic society.

I assume that most non-Jews have as much interest in living under Halakha as I do in living under the religious laws of any other religion.

38 posted on 06/29/2010 12:07:34 PM PDT by NYC GOP Chick
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To: Zionist Conspirator
You're way, way, way out of line. This group is Charedi, not Zionist. Also, so far as I know there is no connection between Rabbi Levin and Rabbi Hecht.

The article is about the Rabbinical Alliance of America. According to the organization's website Rabbi Hecht is the President of that organization. Rabbi Levin is its spokesperson.

Anybody who promulgates official statements from the Igud Horabbonim should be aware of the history of its President -- a man who issued what was in effect a Jewish fatwa that sanctioned the assassination of Prime Minister Rabin.

In my book, that's terrorism -- and Israel agrees with me, which is why Hecht is banned from ever entering that country.

39 posted on 06/29/2010 12:18:46 PM PDT by Alter Kaker (Gravitation is a theory, not a fact. It should be approached with an open mind...)
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To: NYC GOP Chick

“But thanks *so much* for the insult.”

I am very sorry and apologize for insulting you. It was not intentional. My English is, well, Israeli and very, well, direct.

I did not mean to call you a JINO.

What I meant to say was that I believe that observant Jewish people (such as yourself) need to seize the public face of Judaism away from JINOS.

And by which I mean, be active politically -— and not just for “Jewish” causes -— but moral, economic, abortion, etc.

Again, I am sorry.


40 posted on 06/29/2010 12:24:14 PM PDT by Jewbacca (The residents of Iroquois territory may not determine whether Jews may live in Jerusalem.)
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To: Michael.SF.; Uncle Miltie
"Ms. Kagan is Non-Kosher"

I suspect he meant to say she doesn't "keep kosher", unless he plans on sampling her like an oscar meyer weiner.

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41 posted on 06/29/2010 12:25:29 PM PDT by Canedawg (...still not digging this tyranny thing.)
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To: Canedawg

No, the point is she is corrupt to the core.

Has zero to do with observance.


42 posted on 06/29/2010 12:27:31 PM PDT by Jewbacca (The residents of Iroquois territory may not determine whether Jews may live in Jerusalem.)
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To: Zionist Conspirator
You people are obviously totally ignorant about Rabbi Levin and his organization. He has been in the fight against liberal Democrats and for moral sanity for decades, even running for Congress at one point. There are, unfortunately, plenty of Orthodox Jews who are “yellow dog Democrats,” but I can guarantee you that this group isn’t among them. My point is this, friend ...

Obama wins 77% of Jewish Vote

Jews looked past worries to embrace Obama

Obama winning over Jewish vote

And I stick by what I posted ... over 70% of Jews voted for this jerk so you get what you vote for.

43 posted on 06/29/2010 1:14:07 PM PDT by ThePatriotsFlag (http://www.thepatriotsflag.com - The Patriot's Flag)
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To: Jewbacca

Thank you! I always liked your posts, so I felt bad when I thought you were insulting me. Glad to know that is not the case! :-)


44 posted on 06/29/2010 1:45:05 PM PDT by NYC GOP Chick
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To: NYC GOP Chick
We don't live in a theocracy.

That is obvious. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be.

If the separation of religion and politics is too much of a problem for anyone, then perhaps he or she would be more comfortable in a theocratic society.

If G-d exists, then the universe is a Theocracy.

I assume that most non-Jews have as much interest in living under Halakha as I do in living under the religious laws of any other religion.

Utterly irrelevant. Jews are objectively bound by the Torah, non-Jews by Noachide Halakhah. That is simply the reality. Who does or doesn't like it is immaterial.

45 posted on 06/29/2010 2:22:40 PM PDT by Zionist Conspirator (Lakhen 'emor, hinni noten lo 'et-beriti shalom.)
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To: Alter Kaker
The article is about the Rabbinical Alliance of America. According to the organization's website Rabbi Hecht is the President of that organization. Rabbi Levin is its spokesperson.

Rabbis Levin and Hecht are connected? That's great! Anybody who promulgates official statements from the Igud Horabbonim should be aware of the history of its President -- a man who issued what was in effect a Jewish fatwa that sanctioned the assassination of Prime Minister Rabin.

So, you're opposed to the idea of a Halakhically imposed death penalty? You are aware, are you not, that Judaism actually resembles islam more than it does chr*stianity, and its Theocratic/statutory nature is one such resemblance.

In my book,

"Your book" is irrelevant. The Torah is supreme.

that's terrorism -- and Israel agrees with me, which is why Hecht is banned from ever entering that country.

I take it you're opposed to rebuilding the Temple, reinstituting the offerings, and reestablishing a Theocratic Sanhedrion with the authority to execute people for idolatry.

About what I'd expect from someone who would make such a ridiculous claim as that "most rabbis accept evolution."

46 posted on 06/29/2010 2:28:38 PM PDT by Zionist Conspirator (Lakhen 'emor, hinni noten lo 'et-beriti shalom.)
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To: ThePatriotsFlag
And I stick by what I posted ... over 70% of Jews voted for this jerk so you get what you vote for.

And I stick by what I posted: Rabbi Levin, and his organization, did not vote for Obama. Rabbi Levin has been fighting the good fight for decades. You reacted as if he was a disappointed Obama supporter when he never was.

The voting habits of other Jews is irrelevant to this discussion--unless one is an anti-Semite.

47 posted on 06/29/2010 2:30:56 PM PDT by Zionist Conspirator (Lakhen 'emor, hinni noten lo 'et-beriti shalom.)
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To: NYC GOP Chick; Jewbacca
I don’t like it when Christians try to do it and that was one of my many criticisms of Huckabee’s candidacy in ‘08.

Perhaps we should repeal the laws against murder and theft. After all, can't have the government tangled up in morality [/sarcasm].

Are you unaware that Judaism is a Theocratic religion?

48 posted on 06/29/2010 2:33:51 PM PDT by Zionist Conspirator (Lakhen 'emor, hinni noten lo 'et-beriti shalom.)
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To: justiceseeker93; AdmSmith; Berosus; bigheadfred; blueyon; Convert from ECUSA; dervish; ...

Thanks justiceseeker93.


49 posted on 06/29/2010 3:09:25 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ("Fools learn from experience. I prefer to learn from the experience of others." -- Otto von Bismarck)
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she will function as a flame-throwing radical, hastening society's already steep decline into Sodom and Gommorah.
Image and video hosting by TinyPic "So what's the problem?"

50 posted on 06/29/2010 3:10:20 PM PDT by SunkenCiv ("Fools learn from experience. I prefer to learn from the experience of others." -- Otto von Bismarck)
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