6 thoughts on “American Jewish Poll Finds Obama Strongly Supported, Opposition to Iran Attack Now, Few Base Presidential Vote on Israel – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Really interesting insights into the American Jewish community in this survey. The result I found most surprising was that the highest percentage of respondents said that the frequency of their attending services, other than for weddings and bar mitzvahs, is “never”.

    I’d be curious to see that broken down by age – wondering if this is the trend. I’d also be curious to see how this compares to similar questions about American Christian and Muslim communities. Are American Jews more secular and less religious than their Christian and Muslim counterparts, generally speaking?

  2. Jews who care about the existence of Israel will vote for Romney. Which is about 20%. Jews who don’t, like Silverstein, won’t

    1. Ah, the inimitable Bill Pearlman, and actually making a comment that isn’t outright disgusting. He was long banned here, but every yr or so I publish a comment of his to remind readers of how outright dumb, offensive, & wrong-headed his views are.

      1. Bill’s worried. People like you are potentially dangerous because you have the ability to throw a monkey wrench into a system that has made it possible for testicularly challenged shmatta peddlers, like bill, to experience manhood vicariously by way of the blood and substance of 18 year old Israelis, no to mention the actualization of the ever-present holocaust revenge fantasy.

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