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Sarah Silverman Eyes Israeli Elections

Now that U.S. politics are over, Sarah Silverman has found a new target – Israel.

In a tweet sent on Wednesday, Silverman writes,

“My Israeli bros & sissies: Do yourselves a fave & Vote Meretz OR the Green Movement for Kenesset sweeet”.

According to the Israeli site Nana, Meretz party chief, MK Zahava Galon (of “Jew-boy” fame) thanked Silverman for her support and congratulated her on Obama’s victory.

Now what would Rabbi Rosenblatt have to say?

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46 Responses to “Sarah Silverman Eyes Israeli Elections”

  1. Myriam Obadia says:

    If she doesn't hold the Israeli citizenship and doesn't live in Israel, she has exactly zero right to intervene and we can happily sit on her opinion.

  2. Arie Rosenrauch says:

    Not surprising that she and her self-admitted Jew hating father support the islamist "let's end the Zionist experiment" Meretz.

    Perhaps a quick drop off in Gaza with the only exit thru the Rafah crossing for the kapo whore. That is after she and daddy get out of their breeding bed.

  3. Arie Rosenrauch says:

    Big difference between the US and Israeli elections: In the US, the only concern was how much obama was going to donate to those that weren't willing to work. In Israel, with its healthy economy, concerns include security, lifestyle, ethics and religion. Israelis do not react well to foreigners demanding the Jewish religion be killed off – as silverman and her incestuous daddy have oft times demanded. And her support for Meretz is interesting, given that Meretz is about as relevant and alive as Roseann Barr's "party" was in the 2012 elections. That said, she should really be prepared to be bhurqad. loaded on a syphilitic camel, and sent off a riding into the gaza sunset.

  4. Liad Bar-el says:

    Excellent Arie! Knowing that you're around, I can retire from posting. Thanks.

  5. Adam Michael Birkbeck says:

    Why does anyone pay that walking irrelevance any attention?

  6. Charlie Hall says:

    I agree. But I also think that Israelis had no business intervening in the recent US election. It works both ways.

  7. Noam Ayal says:

    She may comment and (what a shock!) attempt to support Meretz but anyone listening and watching her would support ANY party OTHER than them!

  8. Myriam Obadia says:

    ditto

  9. Myriam Obadia says:

    Don't worry, Israelis are perfectly able to make a decision based on sturdier data than the musings of a comedian

  10. Benjamin Campbell says:

    Thank God!

  11. Ira L. Jacobson says:

    The U.S. has intervened in Israeli elections time and time again. Does that also bother you?

  12. Myriam Obadia says:

    Of course it does. Anybody who is attached to the ideal of Democracy is bothered by foreign ingerence.

  13. Noam Ayal says:

    As a dual-citizen Israeli, I make my decisions without her foul, so-called humor.

  14. Ltc Howard says:

    would you want Sarah Silverman as the role model for your 16-year-old daughter?

  15. Ltc Howard says:

    Charlie Hall This is a fiction spread by Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the Jewish Democratic left. It does not matter how many times this is proved to be untrue it is still spread just like manure in a wind storm.

  16. Myriam Obadia says:

    So do I

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