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Congressional Results: Two new Jews, but no rabbi

The 111th U.S. Congress is slated to have 13 Jewish senators and 31 members of the House of Representatives, with with the two first-time victories of Democrats Jared Polis of Colorado and John Adler of New Jersey.\n\n

Let bygones (not) be bygones

So John McCain — while claiming that not he\’s not impugning Barack Obama\’s patriotism — impugns Barack Obama\’s patriotism, but we\’re supposed to understand that it doesn\’t really matter, because that\’s just what people do in campaigns.

Voters speak — how they voted and why

\” . . . I\’m glad it\’s over, and I hope the outlook is bright and that we have more fun than we have the past four years. Somebody said to me, \’If Obama gets in, the Jews will get bombed.\’ That\’s ridiculous. Obama wouldn\’t allow such a thing, and I think he is as much for Israel as other people . . . \”

Race ends with GOP slamming Obama on Israel

The latest attacks come on the heels of new polls showing that Obama significantly expanded his lead among Jewish voters since August and is now poised to match the totals recorded by previous Democratic nominees.

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