Friday, September 2, 2011

Something To "Chew on"

A little food for thought, especially if you're planning on voting in the upcoming United States Presidential Elections and American support for the State of Israel is important to you.  Just to get things straight, I have never voted in American Elections, certainly nothing more significant than for the "student council."  Since I live in Israel and have lived in Israel since 1970, I don't consider it moral for me to vote for United States officials.

My government is the Israeli Government.  Our security and salvation come from us, here in Israel.  Over the decades I've tried to be involved in Israeli politics on whatever level I could be.  And I certainly write more about Israeli issues than American ones.

No country lives totally isolated from others.  "Unrest" and terrorism are contageous.  Following are a couple of things to look at and think about. Of course I don't know how true everything is.  On the internet, we're all self-proclaimed "experts" and "totally honest."  I certainly try to be, but I know that not everyone follows the same standards or sees things like I do.

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann lived on Kibbutz and is staunchly pro-Israel

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is a staunch support for Israel and it is, somewhat a personal matter. As a teenager Bachmann spent a summer in Israel working on Kibbutz Be'eri, in Southern Israel.

The 55-year-old Minnesota Republican, founder of the House Tea Party Caucus and a candidate for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012, went to Israel in 1974, immediately after graduating from high school. Her mission was sponsored by Young Life, a Christian ministry.

That was in 1974, after the Yom Kippur War, when the morale in Israel was not really high and Henry Kissinger was busy taking Israel's, hard fought victory, away from her.

“I always had this love and appreciation for Israel because I was a Christian,” Bachmann, who was raised as a Lutheran, said in an interview with Matthew Continetti, opinion editor of The Weekly Standard. “It’s the foundation of our faith. All of the Bible is about Israel.” complete article
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Shabbat Shalom


Anonymous said...

"Our security and salvation come from us, here in Israel."

From Hashem...;-)

Keli Ata said...

From both:)

Shabbat shalom

Batya said...

Glad you guys like it!