September 2, 2004

by Reb Yudel
Norman Lamm: Vote with eyes firmly focused on past

The Y.U. President who ceded Orthodoxy to ArtScroll endorses the U.S. President who read the Pet Goat while New York City burned, according to the Forward:
Rabbi Norman Lamm, the chancellor and president emeritus of Yeshiva University, said he was supporting Bush because "one of the greatest principles of Judaism is gratitude, hakarat hatov. For us not to express that opinion is a serious mistake. On the major things, on Israel and the war on terror, on that alone, he has my vote."
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