One Jewish Rabbi is Making Sense
Are Majority of The Rabbis Still Voting for Obama?
Thank you so much for this interview. I am a Jewish Republican and realize only too well how important it is to have a change of party at this perilous time.
At least one Jewish Rabbi is making sense. There are Jews who have turned Republican. I see them in my community.
I only wish that most in their communities would do the same. All together their votes would COUNT!
Walnut Creek, CA
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