Sunday, December 4, 2016 Kislev 4, 5777
Democratic Complaints About Ads Pure Hypocrisy Like many Jewish Exponent readers, I'm getting sick and tired of reading the complaints of partisan Democrats who think it's awful that Republicans have the chutzpah to run ads in the paper criticizing their opponents (Letters: "Republicans Can Only Win By Smears and Lies," Oct. 16). These people are horrified that the Republican Jewish...
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Put an End to 'Lashon Hara' About Candidates Thank you for publishing Douglas Bloomfield's timely piece on the smears disseminated in our community against Sen. Barack Obama (Opinions: "Don't Fall for the Extreme Anti-Obama Smear Campaign," Oct. 2). One of our confessional prayers on Yom Kippur is profoundly relevant at this moment: "for the sin we have committed against you...
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Palin Should Not Have Been Invited to Iran Rally I read Jonathan Tobin's column on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's visit to New York with great interest and, for the most part, agreed with him -- except for his comments about the rally (A Matter of Opinion: "Ahmadinejad Isn't Too Impressed," Oct. 2). The Republicans could have sent any one of...
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Winning Election's More Important Than Iran Your editorial, "Partisanship Run Amok," which appeared in the Sept. 25 issue, fails to understand the mistake made by the organizers of the Iran protest rally in New York City. They were either being disingenuous or they really believe that Iran is a more important issue than winning the election. Nothing is more important...
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Why Would You Publish Ads Attacking Obama? I've noticed a recent rash of full-page ads purchased by the Republican Jewish Coalition claiming that Sen. Barack Obama's position on Israel is "dangerous, reckless, wrong, weak and naive." I am not sure which appalls me more: that the ads (likening Obama to Patrick Buchanan) so flagrantly twist the truth -- or that...
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