By Rabbi Aaron Gol...
May 2, 2010
There is an old saying among Jews: two Jews, three opinions. So how will the Jews vote on May 6? It’s a silly question. You might as well ask, "how will the public vote?"
And yet, the media - the Jewish media in particular - can't resist the idea of toying with the idea of a single Jewish vote. But why should there be? There is not a single issue to unite the Jewish community to vote in a particular way, just the same concerns as the public at large - the economy, taxes, education, health and so forth.
But what, I hear you ask, about Israel? What about anti-Semitism?
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