Tuesday, November 4, 2008
הנה יום הדין
(AP Photo) Twin brothers Moshe, right, and Shaya Ztironenbaum, vote in their first presidential election as they check in with poll workers at PS 223 in the Borough Park neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York
This has never happened in my lifetime. I never sat and worried about the outcome of an election like this one. There were times that I was concerned, like in 2000 with Hillary and President Bush, and again in 2004. There was also that day in 1998 where I hoped that Al D'Amato could somehow beat Chuck, but that didn't happen either. Leave it up to Jews in New York to kick a friend like Al to the curb like unwanted trash.. Today is different, we're not talking swiftboat veterans against Kerry here, or that Hillary and Bill were 60's radicals, we're talking dangerous. I know, I know I'm being a reactionary, I don't see the HOPE that is BHO, but what can I say? I look at his friends and es vert mir shvartz far di eygen, no pun intended. I look at the glorious ideas he's come up with and I shudder.I guess some of you may have expected me to go with the anti-establishment Jewish flow and vote for BHO, just to show you all how cool and with it I am. Sorry to disappoint you; I'm as uncool as they come when it comes to politics.
G-d protect us....