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Saturday, October 18, 2008

Rabbis Should Stay Out of Politics It Can Make Them Look STUPID

Oh Boy, the Stupid Fairy must be very busy. A group of over 560 Rabbis, members of a group called "Rabbis for Obama" have attacked Senator McCain and the Republican Jewish Congress for their recent attacks on Senator Obama:

A pro-Obama group of rabbis says recent statements by the McCain-Palin campaign are “creeping toward hate speech.”

In a statement released Thursday, the group of 562 rabbis said that “increasingly those speaking on behalf of the McCain campaign have been demonizing Senator Obama as not being like us.”

As an example, the organization notes that a sherriff recently emphasized Barack Obama’s middle name of Hussein when warming up the crowd at a campaign rally and that Palin recently said Obama has been “palling around with terrorists.”

Sorry Rabbis, you have made another mistake, You see, he is different then us. It has been proved that he lied about Ayers, Acorn, Rezko, Wright. They aren't casual acquaintances they are Alliances that the Senator Picked for his self. Wasn't Lot criticized by the sages for picking city to live that had so many bad people? When we were beating our breast during Yom Kippur, didn't one of the sins include lying? So are you Rabbi's saying that lying is OK when you are a liberal Senator running for President?

The statement criticizes the Republican Jewish Coalition for putting “forward a list of people known to be hostile to Israel” and then “dishonestly” suggesting that these people shaped Obama’s views on the subject. “The RJC approach harkens back to the classic Republican red baiting tactics of Joe McCarthy and Richard Nixon from the early fifties,” the group said in a statement.

Actually Rabbis ALL OF THESE PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH THE OBAMA CAMPAIGN. Some of them are Anti-Israel others are Anti-Semitic AND Anti-Israel'

  • Then there is Merrill A. McPeak. He said that the only reason there is not Mid-East peace in the world is American Jews.
  • Daniel Kurtzer, an Orthodox Jew, was one of Secretary of State James " F**K the Jews" Baker's team of Anti-Israel "Jew Boys."
  • Joe Cirincione thought that talk of a Syrian Nuclear in the desert was nonsense. Immediately following Israel's air raid this past September, Cirincione listed "Israelis [who] want to thwart any dialogue between the U.S. and Syria" as among those spreading rumors Syria was constructing a nuclear facility.
  • How about Senator Hagel who went with Obama on his little trip to Israel. He is one of the two or three MOST Anti-Israel Senators.
  • How about the Candidate himself When he was running for Senate, he had the same problem, being "tarnished by the opinion of others:

I guess none of that matters to the 500 Plus Rabbis on the list. Maybe if they spent more time on Torah and less time being political pawns for the left this world would be much better off. Below is the list of Rabbis who have allowed themselves to become political Kappos for a Lying, Anti-Israel Political Candidate. I hope yours is not on the list:

Rabbi Sam Gordon, Wilmette, IL

Rabbi Steven Bob, Glen Ellyn, IL

Vice- Chairs:
Rabbi Rachel Cowan, New York, NY
Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Ellen Weinberg Dreyfus, Homewood, IL
Rabbi Steve Foster, Denver, CO
Rabbi Dayle Friedman, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Laura Geller, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Don Gluckman, Pikesville, MD
Rabbi Nancy Fuchs Kreimer, Wyncote, PA
Rabbi Charles Kroloff, Westfield, NJ
Rabbi Richard N. Levy, Encino, CA
Rabbi Brian Lurie, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Rachel Mikva, Rye Brook, NY
Rabbi Jack Moline, Alexandria, VA
Rabbi Charles Simon, New York, NY
Rabbi David Teutsch, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Ethan Tucker, New York, NY
Rabbi Burt Visotzky, New York, NY


Rabbi Jonathan Aaron, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Joshua M. Aaronson, Park City, UT
Rabbi Bruce Abrams, Cleveland Heights, OH
Rabbi Susan Abramson, Bedford, MA
Rabbi David Adelson, New York, NY
Rabbi Stephanie M. Alexander, Cedar Rapids, IA
Rabbi Mona Alfi, Sacramento, CA
Rabbi Adam M. Allenberg, Mountain View, CA
Rabbi Renni Altman, Great Neck, NY
Rabbi Julia Andelman, New York, NY
Rabbi Victor Appell, New York, NY
Rabbi Stephen A. Arnold, S. Easton, MA
Rabbi Aryeh Azriel, Omaha, NE

Rabbi Larry Bach, El Paso, TX
Rabbi Andy Bachman, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Chava Bahle, Suttons Bay, MI
Rabbi Andrew Baker, Washington, D.C.
Rabbi Michael Barenbaum, Marin, CA
Rabbi Benjy Bar-Lev, Cincinnati, OH
Rabbi Benjamin Barnett, Corvallis, OR
Rabbi Lewis Barth, Encino, CA
Rabbi Morris Barzilai, New Rochelle, NY
Rabbi Elliot Baskin, Greenwood Village, CO
Rabbi David Dunn Bauer, Amherst, MA
Rabbi Renee Bauer, Madison WI
Rabbi Pamela Frydman Baugh, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Shelley Kovar Becker, New York, NY
Rabbi Leonard I. Beerman, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Annie Belford, St. Louis, MO
Rabbi Karen Bender, Tarzana, CA
Rabbi Martha Bergadine, Hong Kong
Rabbi Leah R. Berkowitz, Durham, NC
Rabbi Marc E. Berkson, Milwaukee, WI
Rabbi Alan Berlin, San Antonio, TX
Rabbi Donald R. Berlin, St. Michaels, MD
Rabbi Linda Bertenthal, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Marjorie Berman, Philadelphia PA
Rabbi Phyllis Berman Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Edward C. Bernstein, Beachwood, OH
Rabbi Jonathan Biatch, Madison, WI
Rabbi Binyamin Biber, Silver Spring MD
Rabbi Arthur Bielfeld, Chicago, IL
Rabbi Aaron B. Bisno, Pittsburgh, PA
Rabbi Ron Bluming, Grayson, GA
Rabbi Karen Bodney-Halasz, Dayton, OH
Rabbi Joshua Boettiger , Bennington, VT
Rabbi Terry Bookman, Miami, Fl
Rabbi Stephen Booth-Nadav, Denver, CO
Rabbi Jill Borodin, Seattle, WA
Rabbi Mark Borovitz, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Neal Borovitz River Edge, NJ
Rabbi Anna Boswell-Levy, Langhorne, PA,
Rabbi Eric Bram, Beachwood, Ohio
Rabbi Sara Brandes, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Charles Briskin, San Pedro, CA
Rabbi Jessica Brockman, Boca Raton, FL
Rabbi Herbert Bronstein, Glencoe, IL
Rabbi Lester Bronstein, White Plains, NY
Rabbi Sharon Brous, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Angela Buchdahl, New York, NY
Rabbi Gustav Buchdahl, Baltimore, MD
Rabbi Caryn Broitman, W. Tisbury, MA
Rabbi Daniel M. Bronstein, Brooklyn, NY

Rabbi Carol Caine Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Debra S. Cantor Newington, CT
Rabbi Carie Carter, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Susan Bulba Carvutto, Augusta, ME
Rabbi Kenneth Chasen, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Don Cashman, Albany, NY
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz, Miami, FL
Rabbi Steven Chester, Oakland, CA
Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen, New York, NY
Rabbi Daniel. M. Cohen, Boonton, NJ
Rabbi Diane Cohen, Los Angeles
Rabbi Eli Cohen, Santa Cruz, CA
Rabbi Hillel Cohn, San Bernardino, CA
Rabbi Scott Colbert, Atlanta GA
Rabbi Neil Comess-Daniels, West Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi David J. Cooper, Piedmont, CA
Rabbi Mark Cooper, South Orange, NJ
Rabbi Fredi Cooper, Wyndmoor PA
Rabbi Alan Cook, Issaquah, WA
Rabbi Julian I. Cook, Denver, CO
Rabbi Mychal Copeland, Stanford, CA
Rabbi Scott E. Colbert, Atlanta, GA
Rabbi Laurie Coskey, Poway, CA
Rabbi Rachel Cowan, New York, NY
Rabbi Meryl M. Crean, Media, PA
Rabbi Menachem Creditor, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi William Cutter, Los Angeles, CO
Rabbi Eric Cytryn, Harrisburg, PA

Rabbi Julie Hilton Danan, Chico, CA
Rabbi Harry K Danziger, Germantown, TN
Rabbi Andrew Davids, Croton On Hudson, NY
Rabbi Stanley Davids, Santa Monica, CA
Rabbi Jerome Davidson, Kings Point, NY
Rabbi Eliezer Diamond, Teaneck, NJ
Rabbi James S. Diamond, Princeton, NJ
Rabbi Fred Dobb, Bethesda, MD
Rabbi Art Donsky, Pittsburgh, PA
Rabbi Wayne Dosick, San Diego, CA
Rabbi William Dreskin, Greenburgh, NY
Rabbi Malka Drucker, Santa Fe, NM

Rabbi Renee Edelman, South Orange, NJ
Rabbi Amy Eilberg St. Paul, MN
Rabbi Stephen J. Einstein, Fountain Valley, CA
Rabbi Bruce Elder, Highland Park, IL
Rabbi Diane Elliot, Richmond, CA
Rabbi Barat Ellman, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Steven Engel, Longwood, FL
Rabbi Shira Koch Epstein, Brooklyn, NY

Rabbi Noah Z. Farkas, Sherman Oaks, CA
Rabbi David Feder, Morgantown, WV
Rabbi Andrew Feig, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Dena Feingold, Kenosha, WI
Rabbi Tara Feldman, Memphis, TN
Rabbi Ted Feldman, Petaluma, CA
Rabbi Daniel Fellman, East Brunswick, NJ
Rabbi Brian Field, Denver CO
Rabbi Daniel Fink, Boise, ID
Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, Boulder, CA
Rabbi Reuven Firestone, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Adam D. Fisher, Stony Brook, NY
Rabbi Alan Flam, Barrington, RI
Rabbi Nancy Flam, Northampton, MA
Rabbi Ellen Flax, New York, NY
Rabbi Steven Folberg, Austin, TX
Rabbi Alissa Forrest, Lafayette, CA
Rabbi Lester Frazin, Northbrook, IL
Rabbi Robert Frazin, Hollywood, FL
Rabbi Larry Freedman, Newburgh, NY
Rabbi Gordon Freeman, Walnut Creek, CA
Rabbi Michael Friedland, South Bend. IN
Rabbi Joan S. Friedman, Wooster, OH
Rabbi John Friedman, Durham, NC
Rabbi Marsha Friedman, Elkins Park, PA
Rabbi Ronne Friedman, Brookline, MA
Rabbi Stacy Friedman, San Rafael, CA
Rabbi Robyn Frisch, Rydal, PA
Rabbi Seth Frisch, Rydal, PA
Rabbi Randy Fleisher St. Louis, MO
Rabbi Alan D. Fuchs, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Serena Fujita, Lewisburg, PA
Rabbi Capers Funnye, Chicago, IL
Rabbi Matthew Futterman, Chicago, IL

Rabbi Jack S. Gabriel, Sonoma, CA
Rabbi Ruth Gais Summit, NJ
Rabbi Hillel Gamoran, Seattle, WA
Rabbi Robert T. Gan, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Rachel Gartner, Montclair, NJ.
Rabbi Ruth Gelfarb, New York, NY
Rabbi Jonathan Gerard, Easton, PA
Rabbi Kim Geringer, Short Hills, New Jersey
Rabbi Gary Gerson, Oak Park, IL
Rabbi Joshua Ginsberg, Washington, DC
Rabbi Gordon Gladstone, Bayonne NJ
Rabbi Miriyam Glazer, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Steve Glazer, Herndon, VA
Rabbi Gail Glicksman, Wyncote, PA
Rabbi Arnie Gluck, Skillman, NJ
Rabbi Shai Gluskin, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Neal Gold, Natick, MA
Rabbi Rosalind Gold, Reston, VA
Rabbi Dan Goldblatt, Danville, CA
Rabbi Gerald A. Goldman, Holyoke, MA
Rabbi Mark N. Goldman, St. Augustine, FL
Rabbi Debra E. Goldstein, Trumbull, CT
Rabbi James Stone Goodman, St. Louis, MO
Rabbi Joseph Goldman, Denver, CO
Rabbi Emanuel S. Goldsmith, Scarsdale, NY
Rabbi Andrea Goldstein, St Louis, MO
Rabbi Jerrold Goldstein, Sherman Oaks, CA
Rabbi Seth Goldstein, Olympia, WA
Rabbi Jeffrey W. Goldwasser, Williamstown, MA
Rabbi Sheila Beth Goloboy, Port Washington, NY
Rabbi Linda Henry Goodman, Garden City, NY
Rabbi Sara Goodman, Santa Monica, CA
Rabbi Stephen Goodman, Garden City, NY
Rabbi Donald Goor, Tarzana, CA
Rabbi Seth William Goren, Washington, DC
Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Roberto Graetz, Walnut Creek, CA
Rabbi Joshua Levine Grater, Pasadena, CA
Rabbi Laurie Green, Aspen, CO
Rabbi Alan Greenbaum, Grass Valley, CA
Rabbi C. Michelle Greenberg, Northfield, IL
Rabbi Rachel Greengrass, Miami FL
Rabbi David Greenspoon, Baltimore, MD
Rabbi Frederick E. Greenspahn, Boca Raton, FL
Rabbi Nicki Greninger, San Jose, CA
Rabbi Suzanne Griffel, Chicago, IL
Rabbi Daniel Gropper, Rye, NY
Rabbi Victor Gross, Erie, CO
Rabbi Arthur Gross-Schaefer, Santa Barbara, CA
Rabbi Susan Grossman, Columbia, MD
Rabbi Joshua Z. Gruenberg, Nyack, NY
Rabbi Joshua Gutoff, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Rebecca Gutterman, Rochester, NY

Rabbi Debra Hachen, Demarest, NJ
Rabbi Shoshana Hantman, Katonah, NY
Rabbi Laura Schwartz Harari, Lake Villa, IL
Rabbi Greg Harris, Bethesda, MD
Rabbi Maurice Harris, Eugene, OR
Rabbi Robert Harris, White Plains, NY
Rabbi Oren J. Hayon, Dallas, TX
Rabbi Shai Held, Providence, RI
Rabbi Alan Henkin, Northridge, CA
Rabbi Jacob Herber, Glendale, WI
Rabbi Lauren Grabelle Herrman, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Thomas Heyn, Cincinnati, OH
Rabbi Leah Herz, Canton, Ohio
Rabbi Jeffrey Hoffman, White Plains, NY
Rabbi Elliot Holin, Elkins Park, PA
Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt, New Haven, CT
Rabbi Linda Holtzman, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Margaret Holub, Mendecino, CA
Rabbi David M. Horowitz, Akron, OH
Rabbi Geoff Huntting, Sarasota FL
Rabbi Mark Hurwitz, New York, NY

Rabbi Abie Ingber, Cincinnati, OH
Rabbi Shaya Isenberg, Gainesville, FL
Rabbi Debbie Israel, Morgan Hill, CA

Rabbi Margie Jacobs, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Steven B. Jacobs, Woodland Hills, CA
Rabbi Burt Jacobson, Piedmont, CA
Rabbi Devorah Jacobson, Amherst, MA
Rabbi Jennifer Jaech, Peekskill NY
Rabbi Howard L. Jaffe, Lexington, MA
Rabbi Norman Janis, Brookline, MA
Rabbi Beth Janus, Santa Cruz, CA
Rabbi Rebecca Joseph, New York, NY

Rabbi Bruce Kadden, Tacoma, WA
Rabbi Rachel Kahn-Troster, Teaneck, NJ.
Rabbi David Kalb, New York, NY
Rabbi Amy Kalmanofsky, New York, NY
Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky, New York, NY
Rabbi Ben Kamin, Del Mar, CA
Rabbi Debra Newman Kamin, Highland Park, IL
Rabbi Gerald M. Kane, Las Cruces, NM
Rabbi Susan Kanoff, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Ken Kanter, Cincinnati, OH
Rabbi Min Kantrowitz, Albuquerque, NM
Rabbi Patricia Karlin-Neumann, Palo Alto, CA
Rabbi Henry Jay Karp, Davenport, IA
Rabbi Mario Karpuj, Sandy Springs, GA
Rabbi Nancy Kasten, Dallas, TX
Rabbi Neal Katz, Tyler, TX
Rabbi Jim Kaufman, Valley Village, CA
Rabbi David Kay, Orlando, Florida
Rabbi Benjamin G. Kelsen, Teaneck, NJ
Rabbi Jimmy Kessler, Galveston, TX
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley, Aventura, FL
Rabbi David Kirshner, Closter, NJ
Rabbi Andrew Klein, Barrington, RI
Rabbi Gary Klein, Palm Harbor, FL
Rabbi Jason Klein, Baltimore, MD
Rabbi Jonathan Klein Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Lori Klein, Capitola, CA
Rabbi Richard L. Klein, Concord NH
Rabbi Darren Kleinberg, Phoenix, AZ
Rabbi Myriam Klotz, Bala Cynwyd, PA
Rabbi Norman Koch, New Milford, CT
Rabbi Debora Kohn, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Stephanie D. Kolin, Boston, MA
Rabbi Neil E Kominsky, Brookline, MA
Rabbi Sandford Kopnick, Cincinnati, OH
Rabbi Ira Korinow, Haverhill, MA
Rabbi Michael L. Kramer, Wantagh, NY
Rabbi Phillip Kranz, Atlanta, GA
Rabbi Allen Krause, Mission Viejo, CA
Rabbi Harold Kudan, Glencoe, IL
Rabbi Judith Kummer, Roslindale, MA
Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Noa Kushner, San Anselmo, CA
Rabbi Steven Kushner, Montclair, NJ

Rabbi Gail Labovitz, Los Angeles
Rabbi Howard O. Laibson, Seal Beach, CA
Rabbi Susan Laemmle, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Lynne Landsberg, Washington, DC
Rabbi Shira Lander Baltimore, MD
Rabbi Michael Adam Latz, Seattle, WA
Rabbi Alan LaPayover, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Michael Laxmeter, Newburgh, NY
Rabbi William Lebeau, New York, NY
Rabbi Jason van Leeuwen, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Morton Leifman, New York, NY
Rabbi Brian Leiken, Rye Brook NY
Rabbi Shoshana Leis, New York, NY
Rabbi Michael Lerner, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi Joel M Levenson, Woodbridge, CT
Rabbi Carol Levithan, New York, NY
Rabbi Charles S. Levi, Deerfield, IL
Rabbi Joel Levine, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Rabbi Chai Levy, Albany, CA
Rabbi Eugene H. Levy, Little Rock, AK
Rabbi Yael Levy, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Valerie Lieber, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Elias Lieberman, Falmouth, MA
Rabbi Rebecca Lillian, Chicago, IL
Rabbi John A. Linder, Phoenix, AZ
Rabbi Ellen Lippmann, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Sharon Litwin, Teaneck, NJ
Rabbi Andrea London, Skokie, IL
Rabbi Scott Looper, Evanston, IL
Rabbi Steven Lowenstein, Glencoe, IL

Rabbi Jonathan Malamy, White Plains, NY
Rabbi Mitchel Malkus, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Jonathan Z. Maltzman, North Bethesda, MD
Rabbi Howard Mandell, Virginia Beach, VA
Rabbi Paula Marcus, Aptos, CA
Rabbi Janet Marder, Palo Alto, CA
Rabbi Sheldon Marder, Palo Alto, California
Rabbi Jeffrey M. Marker, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Susan Marks, Sarasota, FL
Rabbi Simeon Maslin, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi J. Rolando Matalon, New York, NY
Rabbi Jacqueline Mates-Muchin, Oakland, CA
Rabbi Dennis N. Math, New York, NY
Rabbi Gary Mazo, Marstons Mills, MA
Rabbi Bernard Mehlman, Brookline, MA
Rabbi Rim Meirowitz, Winchester, MA
Rabbi Melinda Mersack Cleveland, OH
Rabbi Margaret Meyer, Cincinnati, OH
Rabbi Jim Michaels, Rockville, MD
Rabbi Shira Milgrom, White Plains,NY
Rabbi Bennett Miller, Monroe Township, NJ
Rabbi Joshua Minkin, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Lewis Mintz, Acton MA
Rabbi Victor Mirelman, River Forest, IL
Rabbi Geoffrey A. Mitelman, New York, NY
Rabbi Michael A. Monson, West Orange, NJ
Rabbi Leon A. Morris, New York, NY
Rabbi Jay Henry Moses, New York, NY
Rabbi Anat Moskowitz, Denver, CO
Rabbi Dan Moskovitz, Tarzana, CA
Rabbi Shelly Moss, Sun City, AZ
Rabbi Steven Moss, Oakdale, New York

Rabbi Robin Nafshi, Lebanon, NJ
Rabbi Ben Newman, Riverdale, NY
Rabbi Perry Netter Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Leah Novick, Carmel, Ca.

Rabbi Avi S. Olitzky, St. Louis Park, MN
Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky, New York, NY
Rabbi Jonathan Omer-Man, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Shaul Osadchey, Houston, TX

Rabbi Melinda Panken, Manalapan, NJ
Rabbi David Paskin, Canton, MA
Rabbi Michelle D. Pearlman, Waban, MA
Rabbi Julie Pelc, Venice, CA
Rabbi Barbara Penzner, West Roxbury, MA
Rabbi Scott Perlo, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Elana E. Perry, Atlanta, GA
Rabbi Shoshana M. Perry, Westford, MA
Rabbi Michael Pitkowsky, Bronx, NY
Rabbi William Plevan, New York, NY
Rabbi Daniel Plotkin, St. Louis, MO
Rabbi Dan Polish, Poughkeepsie, NY
Rabbi Gayle Pomerantz, Miami Beach, FL
Rabbi Jeffrey Portman, Iowa City, IA
Rabbi Mindy Portnoy, Kensington, MD
Rabbi Linda Potemken, Wynnewood, PA
Rabbi Amber Powers, Philadelphia, PA

Rabbi Dan Rabishaw, Northbrook, IL
Rabbi Arnold Rachlis, Irvine,, CA
Rabbi Bruce Raff, Woodland Hills, CA
Rabbi Avram I. Reisner, Baltimore, MD
Rabbi Stanley T. Relkin, Fort Lee, NJ
Rabbi Joel Rembaum, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Michael Remson, Kenosha, WI
Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben, Pacific Palisades, CA
Rabbi Dorothy A. Richman, Berkeley, CA
Rabbi Moti Rieber, Wichita, Kansas
Rabbi Louis Rieser, Derry, NH
Rabbi Ted Riter, Thousand Oaks, CA
Rabbi Harold L. Robinson, Centerville MA
Rabbi Yair Robinson, Holland, PA
Rabbi Peretz Rodman, Jerusalem / Silver Spring, MD
Rabbi Liz Rolle, Stamford, CT
Rabbi Norman Roman, West Bloomfield, MI
Rabbi Jack Romberg, Tallahassee, FL
Rabbi Carnie Shalom Rose, Creve Coeur, MO
Rabbi Joshua Rose, Boulder, CO
Rabbi Brant Rosen, Evanston, Il
Rabbi James B. Rosenberg, Providence, R.I.
Rabbi David Rosenn, New York, NY
Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, New York, NY
Rabbi Donald B. Rossoff, Morristown, NJ
Rabbi Dennis S. Ross, Worcester, MA
Rabbi Gloria Rubin, Oakland, NJ
Rabbi Sarah Niebuhr Rubin, Keene, NH
Rabbi Eve Rudin, Tarrytown, NY
Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg, Brookline, MA

Rabbi Andrew Sacks, Jerusalem Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi JB Sacks, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Selig Salkowitz, Fair Lawn, NJ
Rabbi Arnold D. Samlan, West Hempstead, NY
Rabbi Joanna Samuels, New York, NY
Rabbi David Sandmel, Chicago, IL
Rabbi Marna Sapsowitz, Olympia, WA
Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Boulder, CO
Rabbi Marty Scharf, Scottsdale, AZ
Rabbi Phil Schechter, Stamford CT
Rabbi Aaron Schonbrun, San Jose, CA
Rabbi Leonard A. Schoolman, New York, NY
Rabbi Howie Schneider, Aptos, CA
Rabbi Jeremy Schneider, Dallas, TX
Rabbi Jonathan A. Schnitzer, Rockville MD
Rabbi Michael J. Schorin, Skokie, IL
Rabbi Bob Schreibman, Lincolnshire, IL
Rabbi Avi Schulman, Fremont, CA
Rabbi Alexandria Shuval-Weiner, Overland Park, KS
Rabbi Fred Schwalb, Croton-on-Hudson, NY
Rabbi Barry Schwartz, Cherry Hill, NJ
Rabbi Julie S Schwartz, Atlanta, GA
Rabbi Moshe Schwartz, Syosset NY
Rabbi Allen Secher, Whitefish, MA
Rabbi Ron Segal, Atlanta, GA
Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus, Seattle, WA
Rabbi Judith Seid, Pleasanton, CA
Rabbi Jerry Seidler, Baltimore, MD
Rabbi Allen Selis, St. Louis, MO
Rabbi Gerry Serotta, Chevy Chase, MD
Rabbi Ike Serotta, Deerfield, IL
Rabbi Judy Shanks, Oakland, CA
Rabbi Mark Dov Shapiro, Longmeadow, MA
Rabbi Mark S. Shapiro, Glenview, IL
Rabbi Richard J. Shapiro Port Washington, NY
Rabbi Roxanne Shapiro, Milwaukee, WI
Rabbi Leonard Sharzer, New York, NY
Rabbi John Sherwood, Oxnard, CA
Rabbi Howard Siegel, Houston, TX
Rabbi Howard Singer, Hinsdale, MA
Rabbi Jonathan Singer, Seattle, WA
Rabbi Suzanne Singer, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Eric J. Siroka, South Bend, IN
Rabbi Amy Joy Small, Summit, NJ
Rabbi Eleanor Smith, Evanston, IL
Rabbi David Sofian, Dayton, OH
Rabbi Ruth Sohn, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Myra Soifer, Reno, NV
Rabbi Felicia L. Sol, New York, NY
Rabbi Rav Soloff, Lansdale, PA
Rabbi Eric M. Solomon, Raleigh, NC
Rabbi Jennifer R. Solomon, Raleigh, NC
Rabbi Marla Spanjer, Fort Wayne, IN
Rabbi Bernard Spielman, Boynton Beach, FL
Rabbi Judy Spicehandler, Highland Park, IL
Rabbi Reena Spicehandler, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi David Spitz, Vernon Hills, IL
Rabbi Samuel M. Stahl, San Antonio, TX
Rabbi Moishe Steigmann, Mamaroneck, NY
Rabbi Margot Stein, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Peter Stein, New Haven, CT
Rabbi Naomi Steinberg, Carlotta, CA
Rabbi Steven Steindel, Pittsburgh, PA
Rabbi Ron Stern, Los Angeles, CA
Rabbi Shira Stern, Marlboro, NJ
Rabbi Jeffrey Stiffman, St. Louis, MO
Rabbi Kurt Stone, Coral Springs, FL
Rabbi Elliot Strom, Yardley, PA
Rabbi Joshua Strom, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Shira Stutman, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Alvin M. Sugarman, Atlanta, GA
Rabbi Brooks Susman, Freehold, NJ
Rabbi Karen Sussan

Rabbi Susan Talve, St. Louis, MO
Rabbi Irwin A. Tanenbaum, Williamsville, NY
Rabbi Laurie Hahn Tapper, Redwood City, CA
Rabbi Joshua S. Taub, St. Louis, MO
Rabbi Michael Tayvah, Portland OR
Rabbi Saul Teplitz, Boynton Beach, FL
Rabbi David Leipziger Teva, Middletown, CT
Rabbi Todd Thalblum, Houston, TX
Rabbi David B. Thomas, Sudbury, MA
Rabbi Robert L. Tobin, Overland Park, KS
Rabbi Betsy Torop, Largo, FL
Rabbi Abby Treu, New York, NY
Rabbi Lawrence Troster, Teaneck, NJ
Rabbi Leonard B. Troupp, Melville, NY
Rabbi Annie Tucker, Princeton, NJ

Rabbi Jan Uhrbach, New York, NY

Rabbi Moshe Waldoks, Brookline, MA
Rabbi Ariel Walsh, Baltimore, MD
Rabbi Brian Walt, West Tisbury, MA
Rabbi Gerry Walter, Cincinnati, OH
Rabbi Andrew Warmflash, Hewlett NY
Rabbi Philip Warmflash, Elkins Park, PA
Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Mira Wasserman, Bloomington, IN
Rabbi Pamela Wax, Hartsdale, NY
Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Wyncote, PA
Rabbi Joshua Waxman Fort Washington, PA
Rabbi Donald Weber, Marlboro, NJ
Rabbi Michael Weinberg, Evanston, IL
Rabbi Sheila Peltz Weinberg, Amherst, MA
Rabbi Daniel A. Weiner, Seattle, WA
Rabbi Martin Weiner, San Francisco, CA
Rabbi David M. Weis, Northfield, NJ
Rabbi Simkha Y. Weintraub, Brooklyn, NY
Rabbi Binah Wing Rockford, IL
Rabbi Arnold Jacob Wolf, Chicago, IL
Rabbi Greg Wolfe, Davis CA
Rabbi David S. Wolfman, Lexington, MA
Rabbi Leo R. Wolkow, Homewood, IL
Rabbi Jonathan S. Woll, Fair Lawn, NJ

Rabbi Stanley Yedwab, Redmond, WA
Rabbi Ira Youdovin, Chicago, IL
Rabbi Corie Yutkin, Baton Rouge, LA

Rabbi Sara Zacharia, Newton Centre, MA
Rabbi Joel H Zaiman, , Baltimore, MD
Rabbi Stanton Zamek, Hong Kong
Rabbi Mary L. Zamore, Westfield, NJ
Rabbi Deborah Zecher, Great Barrington, MA
Rabbi Elaine Zecher, Newton, MA
Rabbi Michael Zedek, Chicago, IL
Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel, Washington, DC
Rabbi Shawn Zevit, Philadelphia, PA
Rabbi Brian Zimmerman, Dallas, TX
Rabbi Michael Zimmerman, Lansing, MI
Rabbi David J. Zucker, Aurora, CO
Rabbi Josh Zweiback, Los Altos, CA


felix said...

Why is it so necessary for these rabbis to have to state their political preferences? How about not saying anything and let their congregants support the candidate of their choice. Did it ever occur to them that maybe there are members of their congregations who support McCain?

Anonymous said...

Every American Rabbi is also an American citizen. Every citizen has earned the right to vote. Every Rabbi has earned the right, and bears the responsibility, to speak out against injustice.

One that stands silent while his country is being hijacked by the mindless forces of imposed order, MUST speak out against it. Each Rabbi also MUST support that which creates a more liberated society.

That is precisely why I added my voice to those of the Rabbis in support of Barak Obama as president.

A Jew who doesn't speak out against fascism becomes a tool of that dark movement. And we all remember what happened when the same forces were unleashed in Europe last century.

- Arye Michael Bender -

mbabbitt said...

Rabbis for Obama -- an oxymoron.

Shayne said...

I know a number of these Rabbis personally and have knowledge of many others (being a Rabbi's son has it's (dis)advantages). Every single one is either very, very liberal (Reform, Reconstructionist, Humanist), so the idea that tey are "Rabbis" in any sense of the word is comical. There are some Conservative Rabbis on the list but it's more than likely they are more ideologically leftists as well.

You will notice that no Orthodox Rabbis (including in the Chicago area, which has a large Orthodox community) are represented.

It is my belief that the more religious a Rabbi, the more unlikely he would fall for the Obama-shtick. The Rabbis who are listed are not serious about true Torah study and therefore are more apt to justify their ideology.

Unknown said...

The point is NOT to attack the Shmita of one of the people above that is divisive. The point is to hold their feet to the fire and make them be consistent, and truthful.

Anonymous said...

You say we should not attack the sh'mitah. All well and good. Meanwhile, the second Hitler is preparing the second Holocaust, and our best friend on either national ticket gets slapped down by our "leaders" for wanting to express support for our continued existence. I wonder if there is enough t'shuvah in the world to overcome such a sin - and yet our "leaders" are proud of what they did. I cry inside when I think of the disgust with which our Creator must see our community and the "leaders" we have raised up for ourselves, reflecting our own self-loathing attitudes. We know the terrible manifestations of judgment 2000 years ago. Will history repeat itself? Have we done anything to acquit ourselves better this time around? I am skeptical. Barukh Hashem, Dayan Ha-Emeth. (Blessed is the Lord, the true Judge [or Judge of the truth].)

Nelson Borelli said...

Please ask Rabbi Michael Schorin to write to me
Thank you
Nelson Borelli