from The Jewish Journal:
...For now, we must leave the Lost Tribes of Obama on their own. If their earscould not hear and their eyes could not see all the pre-election warningsthat a President Obama may cost Israel its very survival, and in a dominoeffect destabilize the Western world and America, I have yet to discover themagic words that would wake them from their trance....
...What do we do now?
I don't yet know the answer. I do know that we can no longer count on sensibility to save the day. I do know that the people, countries and way of life we hold most dear are under serious assault, and we are summoned to disrupt the calmness of our pre-election lives to acknowledge as much. And I do know that we can't count on non-Jewish allegiance to have eternal patience.This is no simple lost election where we lick our wounds and pledge to fight on for another day. On Nov. 4, the world, especially the Jewish world, was set on a new, frightening course, and we must soberly acknowledge as much. A month before the election, Anne Bayefsky, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, warned that not since Hitler's time has civilization teetered so perilously on the brink of catastrophe. "So when you cast your ballot this election, make no mistake: You are voting for or against a nuclear holocaust," she wrote.
Nuclear holocaust won. (More)