Monday, December 05, 2011

Secretary Clinton's Comments On Jewish Practice

10 of the Ninth Month 5772

Dear President Obama,

I am an (born) American citizen residing in Israel.

I was disgusted by Secretary of State Clinton's statements regarding how Jews should practice their religion.

Such statements would NEVER have been made about Islam and Islamic practices.

(Yes, Sec. Clinton made a point of demonizing Iran. Nonetheless, a like statement regarding Islamic practice would never have been made.)

Such statements are not only offensive, but if they were made in regards to Orthodox Jews living in the U. S., they would have been a serious infringement of our First Amendment right to Freedom of Religion.

Countless critiques of the watering down of the U. S. Constitution have been made. Why do you and your colleagues insist on providing support to those critiques?

Such statements make me want to renounce my U. S. citizenship.

But, I suppose that's what you and Sec. Clinton want, isn't it?

That's OK, because I would like all American Jews to leave the U. S. as well, and return to their ONLY, true homeland, Israel.

Keep up the good work!


Ya'aqov Ben-Yehudah
Orthodox Jewish American
Native Californian


Shoshanna said...

Barack Hussein Obama is the most Jew-hating president this country has seen since the anti-Semitic pig Jimmy Carter returned to his natural level in Plains.

I profoundly hope that your "keep up the good work!" comment was meant to be sarcastic, because I strongly suspect that, given the opportunity, Obama would decide that "shovel ready" jobs could best be created through the building a series of gas chambers.

How ANY Jew-- aside from those who are profoundly self-hating-- can support this man is absolutely beyond me. And I hope that those who so tragically DO support him will wake up before it's too late.

But of course, this wouldn't be the first time that our people remained deliberately and disastrously blind to what was coming directly at them.

Esser Agaroth said...

Well, I have mixed feelings.

On one hand, Jews may have to be kicked out. Unfortunately, that may be the only way.

On the other hand, I would like it to be as painless as possible.

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