Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is a candidate for Congress who wants to have it both ways.
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Shmuley manifests indisputable urges to be honest and warm. But he is a
cunning politician. No, he has no "Arab' support. And he for sure
confuses Arab with Muslim who would be more in support of school
vouchers. Even if Shmuley wins the elections, he will have no role to
play in State government such as pushing through legislation to the
effect.And Muslim will not support Shmuley because of attacks on the
Imam Qatanani. He's going to have to wait a long time to be invited in a
mosque. Repentance is his burden. Imam Qatanani is and was never a
member of Hamas. A 2008 US court found no evidence supporting these allegations.
Pascarell beat Rothman by mobilizing the arab vote in passaic
...is like attracting the plague. Americans don't trust Sheldon Adelson
because of his shady dealings with the regime in Beijing.
No dual National should be allowed t run for American Congress. Why
doesn't he run for the Israel Knesset?
If He backs ISRAEL, Yes, i would vote for Him.
To call this guy one of America's influential rabbis is laughable. He's
a showman and a misguided republican jew
Or a Bhudist Munch with a local flag too.
with israeli flag in his hand? Is he going to work for America or the
United States of israel?
even tho they aren supposed to be American.
What a joker. I don't understand why these guys want to represent
Israel while working in the US congress. Wouldn't it make more sense to
just move to Israel?
Because for Shmuley, the only real issue is Shmuley. Every other just is
a means to an end; Shmuley,
At the very least, shouldn't the aspiring Congressman remove his
rabbinic title when running for office? He's not running for office as
a rabbi but as an individual with his own political ideas for whatever
they're worth. Is he a harbinger of theocratic politics to come?
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