It has come to my attention that are still Leftists among the Jewish community at large -
This is a sad state of affairs for a portion of a community, which I belong to, has forsaken its own future as well as that of Israel's by supporting the current occupant of the big house on Pennsylvania Ave, a man who has shown to be more than willing to support radical Islamic terrorism through his actions. I have spent some time creating a confusing and misleading electronic trail, considering which party has the Executive branch and half of the Judicial branch, perhaps you'll understand. I am glad FOX and CNN hosted the (R) debates, and in that order. I will skip the (D) debates, as I am much more concerned with reality. It is very sad that I can not have deep political/ socio/ economic/ discussions with half of my extended family, but that is the way things are.
I have had minimal contact with people from own religion growing up, although I did attend Sunday school. I do not identify with any religious portion of my own religion at all, although feel tied to it culturally, and feel a strong bond with the Prime Minister of Israel and am glad he spoke to Congress first, before the Pope did. My gut feeling is religion should not be involved with politics and visa versa. Any prime minister of a country is not a religious figure, but a politician. A pope is by definition a religious figure.
I am a political conservative, and a Tea Party supporter. I prefer to work hard labor jobs,
but not necessarily because I have to - long story. In any event, I am alone, but not lonely at all. Quite hardened, yes, but a true gentleman, and friendly, polite, and actually humorous too.