Working on deadline, so I can’t blog right now. (Anyway, I couldn’t say anything better than Danny did, in the post immediately preceding this one.) I did, however, want to bring two posts to your attention, ’cause I think you’ll find them interesting.
The first is the Rosh Hashanah sermon from Rabbi Shal0m Lewis in Atlanta. I’d like to believe the ideas expressed are game changers for American Jews but, so far, I’m only hearing about it from Jews who have already shifted to the conservative side. I urge you to read it and send it to all your friends, Jewish and non-Jewish alike.
The second is a Greyhawk post about the problems in Pakistan, an unstable, dangerous, but currently necessary US ally, and the Obamaniacs’ . . . mmm, shall we say “creative” approach to that problem.
UPDATE: Yet another liberal rabbi is figuring out there is a problem. I wonder how long before they tug on those strings and realize that the other end is held firmly in the hands of the Progressive party, all the way up to the White House. (h/t: Bruce Kesler, who seems to have a nice rabbi who is open minded)