During daylight hours with the press on hand...OK, maybe not a good choice. But at night (off hours) without hurting anyone...I'm fine with their choice (I am "pro-Choice"). So our Jewish Rep. leader is either jealous or has something to hide...so what?! I'm pleased that members of Congress come to visit and feel free enough to do what they want at "holy places," as long as they're not hurting anyone or inciting violence. I'd rather hear clarification about the "drinking" that was involved (jokingly). I don't really care, but if they were drinking, and then drove, that pisses me off. THAT should be investigated! I'm happy that the GOP is liberal enough to partake in anything "spontaneous and very brief." I hope those that participated will rise to lead the GOP to better days of freedom of speech, and the persuit of happiness. If any apologies are necessary, it's by those who would make a stink about anything so personally religious (and fun). It's none of their business! The same goes for our lawmakers in their free time overseas...they should be free to do whatever they want on Shabbat or Jewish, Christian, or Muslim holidays. It has nothing to do with the State of Israel, but only with the state of Israel. We're all in a preety lousy state.
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