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54 Responses to “Should JewishPress.com Continue its Polls?”

  1. Is this the Rabbi who runs Shalom-t.v

  2. Haaaaahaaaahaaaaa! This is a joke, right?

  3. David Farber says:

    Must be the same people who think Sarah Palin is presidential material!

  4. Must be referring to Plato, the Argentinian footballer, a.k.a Franco Guillermo Vega Estrada. :)

  5. What ? On what level ?

  6. In his own mind. Really, look at the clowns we have to swallow: Obama, Hillary, Kerry, Holder, Sotomayor, Kagan, and on and on…. this cancer will sicken us and our allies for a long time to come

  7. Hahahahahahahahahahaha

  8. Hell no, this traitor is a jackass

  9. I think I am going to be sick.

  10. Karen Bryant says:

    He also saved all his men while serving in Vietnam. Not! He’s a perfect fit for this lying administration.

  11. Janet Kingan says:

    Maybe since Plato’s Retreat…….

  12. Shmuel Lauer says:

    It’s just a little typo….. He is the greatest political mind since Play-Do.

  13. I guess that would mean the Yugo was the greatest auto of the 20th century?

  14. More like Pluto the dog…

  15. More like Pluto the dog…

  16. Bill Tazioli says:

    Well I don’t know about that.
    BUT,Kerry has been said to be a very good orator. like Cicero. He is suppose to be tough to debate. That’s maybe what they mean

  17. Always chewing away at us

  18. No He is the village idiot !!!!!!!

  19. No He is the village idiot !!!!!!!

  20. They must be joking or not of sound mind!

  21. They must be joking or not of sound mind!

  22. Yes at masking Marx-lienst teachings as democratic platform and the norm for the liberials.

  23. perhaps he’s a runner up to walt desney’s pluto.

  24. JoAnn Morris says:

    Best comment ever!!!

  25. No. Just no. Put down the Kool-Aid and back away slowly.

  26. Some people are not too smart now are they? Or is this a joke?

  27. Well no but he is steady and kind and let’s look back after. 10 more years.

  28. Maybe he thinks Hamen was a great gut too ?

  29. Man, you NAILED it!

  30. Lisa Kamins says:

    The greatest warped mind.

  31. Some are calling him all sorts of other things. :)

  32. Hiding one’s Jewish identity, even forgetting it and assimilation goes back to ancient history.

  33. Sarah Rivkin says:

    What more evidence of the dumbing down of America do we need?

  34. Carolin Knox says:

    Does anyone remember the Republican senate candidate, that after making a racist remark he was outed as being Jewish? Turns out his mother is a hidden Jew, he never knew the truth. After it came out, his mother asked if her children would still love her. Can you imagine the racism and anti-Semitism in that home? So sad….it stuck with me all this time. The senator wannabe has not been heard of since.

  35. Harold Kay says:

    i still think and believe he is delusional

  36. Patty Binkis says:

    LOL! Great answer Pamela Gazdik-shaw!!

  37. He is if you hate white, hetero males, Israel & Jews.

  38. hahahahahahahah thnaks for the belly laugh!! hahahaha

  39. Lois Koenig says:

    Who knew that Skerry Kerry actually had a brain?

  40. Cherrie Speas-Reddoch says:

    I say what is he known for? What are his actions he has displayed and if he has the greatest mind politically, then why did he not win the race for president???

  41. Cherrie Speas-Reddoch says:

    I say what is he known for? What are his actions he has displayed and if he has the greatest mind politically, then why did he not win the race for president???

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