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SERMON: Kol Nidre – Trump and Clinton, You and Me

October 14, 2016

For all of us as Jews, hinei baw yom hadin – behold the Day of Judgment has arrived. But for all of us as Americans there is another day of judgment this year: Nov. 8th, when we choose the next president of the U.S. So, who are you going to vote for? Knowing my interest in politics and my concerns for the security of Israel, I don’t remember a time when more congregants have asked me that question than this year.

This year the choice we all confront is choosing a candidate who the majority of American people don’t like. On July 29th, William Ziegler died in New Orleans. His family put the following death notice in the local newspaper: “William Ziegler escaped this mortal realm on Friday, July 29, 2016 at the age of 69. We think he did it on purpose to avoid having to make a decision in the pending presidential election.” In fact, in a Public Policy Poll when voters were asked if they would rather have Clinton, Trump or a meteor strike the earth, 13 percent chose the meteor; 7 percent were undecided! READ MORE

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