What Is He Thinking

Joseph Smith
As the Obama express gathers speed the question arises what form the public outcry will take when Peoria, mom and apple pie, fully realize where the left is taking us. 

In an interview with CNS News regarding the Elena Kagan Supreme Court nomination, a spokesman for the Rabbinical Alliance of America, a group of about 800 Orthodox rabbis, alludes to this question.

Rabbi Yehuda Levin does not mince words in his press release on Kagan's positions, noting, among other things, that "she is not fit to sit on this Court--or any court."  Levin expanded his comments to CNS News:

Levin told CNSNews.com that his fellow rabbis--and hundreds of thousands of Orthodox and traditional Jews--are puzzled at the president's choice of Kagan.

"What exactly was Obama thinking, President Obama thinking, when he nominated Kagan? Because eventually, down the road, someone--or some group--is going to ‘take the hit' for the crazy decisions that Kagan is bound to make. So we would have much preferred if President Obama had given this ‘distinction' to another minority group, instead of singling out the Jews."

What Obama has planned for this country, and is so far succeeding at, is horrifying enough.  But the idea that he might attempt to direct Peoria's anger at a particular group is beyond chilling.

 

As the Obama express gathers speed the question arises what form the public outcry will take when Peoria, mom and apple pie, fully realize where the left is taking us. 

In an interview with CNS News regarding the Elena Kagan Supreme Court nomination, a spokesman for the Rabbinical Alliance of America, a group of about 800 Orthodox rabbis, alludes to this question.

Rabbi Yehuda Levin does not mince words in his press release on Kagan's positions, noting, among other things, that "she is not fit to sit on this Court--or any court."  Levin expanded his comments to CNS News:

Levin told CNSNews.com that his fellow rabbis--and hundreds of thousands of Orthodox and traditional Jews--are puzzled at the president's choice of Kagan.

"What exactly was Obama thinking, President Obama thinking, when he nominated Kagan? Because eventually, down the road, someone--or some group--is going to ‘take the hit' for the crazy decisions that Kagan is bound to make. So we would have much preferred if President Obama had given this ‘distinction' to another minority group, instead of singling out the Jews."

What Obama has planned for this country, and is so far succeeding at, is horrifying enough.  But the idea that he might attempt to direct Peoria's anger at a particular group is beyond chilling.