Rabbi Rosenberg From “Rabbi’s 4 Romney” Writes An Urgent Plea To The “613 Rabbi’s ‘For’ Obama”

Posted: 2 Oct 2012 in Axis of Idiots, Democrats, Elections have Consequences, Politics, Stupid People, WTF Files

When will American Jews wake up to reality?
Their very existence is at stake.
Really boggles the mind.
Here’s a rabbi with some sense.

The Mad Jewess

To my fellow rabbis:

I write to you at this time of dire trouble for our country and for Israel.

A few short weeks ago, America was under attack. Our ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were slaughtered by Muslim extremists. This was not a spontaneous “protest” against an admittedly stupid video. This was an organized military assault, coordinated expressly for execution on September 11.

Likewise, the “protests” in Cairo at the American embassy. Where our flag was shredded, and the black Islamist flag of al-Qaeda was raised in its place. Reliable sources say the US was forewarned of both attacks — probably by Israel. But America’s State Department ignored those warnings. Why?

The Obama administration’s reactions to these outrages is sadly typical. The next day, Mr. Obama flew off to Las Vegas to raise funds. And our government still apologizes for that inane video — made by an…

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  1. ROSENBERG says:

    There is no difference between the American Jews who did nothing for European, Holocaust effected Jews and the liberal Jews who support Obama and ignore the imminent threat. While there are many theories why American Jews did nothing during the Holocaust such as the hush, hush theory see http://www.vosizneias.com/30372/2009/04/20/new-york-american-jews-did-little-to-help-their-brethren-during-the-holocaust-but-why/ The real reason is the Jewish secular humanists didn’t care about their people then nor now. In fact, in FDR first inaugural address of 1932 he brought up an antisemitic canard, blaming the Depression on Jews using code words and the liberal Jews were in lock step behind him. He said “Practices of the unscrupulous money changers stand indicted in the court of public opinion, rejected by the hearts and minds of men. The money changers have fled from their high seats in the temple of our civilization. We may now restore that temple to the ancient truths. The measure of the restoration lies in the extent to which we apply social values more noble than mere monetary profit. See


    As it says in Koheles “there is nothing new under the sun.”

    . We are at a pivotal moment in Jewish history. THE OUTCOME come of this election may very well have an impact on how this chapter will turn out. Make no mistake about it. Israel’s survival is at stake. Last week a business associate in Israel told me how much they count on us American Jews and how grateful they are for our support. I told him that the current American Jewish community is not the same American Jewish Community that I remember when I was growing up. Frankly the evangelical Christians are more of a friend to Israel than many American Jews.

    According to the most recent polls the majority of American Jews support President Obama. Based on the conversations I have had with my Jewish contemporaries I would agree with the projection. I am mystified. How can American Jews who support Obama also believe that they support Israel? After the shameful Jerusalem platform debacle during the Democratic convention I find myself wondering if Debbie Wassserman Shultz and Charles Schumer are today’s unwitting collaborators.

    President Obama is not a friend of Israel. I cannot fathom why so many American Jews do not see through him. It isn’t like his true feelings for Israel are below the surface. As Bob Dylan said; “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.” In the early ’60’s I watched the newsreel films of the ’48 War of Independence and life on the Kibbutzim with admiration. I recall the pride I felt watching the miraculous events of the six day war in ’67 unfold on the news. As an adolescent I grasped that the freedom and security we enjoy in America is not a guarantee for eternity when viewed within the context of Jewish history. I grew up thinking Zionism was a good word. I believe that Israel’s existence is not optional. I assumed that (with the exception of Neturei Karta) this belief is shared by if not all, an overwhelming majority of Jews in America. As I try to comprehend the Jewish support for Obama I realize that I was mistaken. To those that don’t share that belief I say consider this: Without Israel “Never Again” is nothing more than a mere slogan.

    The American Jewish community historically supports the Democratic Party. However this tie pales in comparison to ties of 5773 years. Mitt Romney’s out spoken support of Israel has left no ambiguity. I believe he is genuine. While you may not agree with Mitt Romney’s positions on various issues that matter to you; in this election his support of Israel trumps everything else. He deserves our support. This is our opportunity to end up on the right side of history. Let’s not miss it. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG, FOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN RABBIS FOR ROMNEY

    • 1IDVET says:

      Thank you for the comment Rabbi Dr. Rosenberg.
      I appreciate your time and learned a little from the comment alone.

  2. ROSENBERG says:


    Subject: Fwd: Lori, re: Rabbis For Romney – Surprising Leadership

    The Sheer, Small-L Liberalism of ‘Rabbis for Romney’

    The man behind that organization is not a partisan individual. He’s a registered Democrat, who didn’t want there to be rabbis united for only one candidate.

    By: Lori Lowenthal Marcus

    Published: October 22nd, 2012


    tell a friend

    Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg

    Despite recent polls suggesting Jews may not be voting as a monolithic bloc for the Democratic ticket, at least in this presidential race, it still has to be lonely being a rabbi who has publicly committed to supporting Mitt Romney for U.S. president. And it must be even lonelier for someone who publicly committed to creating an organization called “Rabbis for Romney.”

    But when you talk to the man behind that organization, you discover that not only is he not lonely, he is not a particularly partisan individual. In fact, he’s a registered Democrat, whose sole purpose for starting Rabbis for Romney is that he didn’t want there to be rabbis united for only one candidate, when he knows that there are Jews who also support Romney.

    And while, unlike Rabbis for Obama, Rabbis for Romney does not boast hundreds of members, Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg is confident that the hundreds of hours and thousands of emails he has written has had an impact. He knows there are people who are just a little bit better informed because of the efforts he and his dozens of volunteers have put in.

    Rabbi Rosenberg makes it very clear that he is not a conspiracy theorist and he insists that “the president of the United States deserves our respect,” he explained to The Jewish Press.

    CONTINUE READING: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/us-news/the-sheer-small-l-liberalism-of-rabbis-for-romney/2012/10/22/