USent in my absentee ballot for the US elections on Friday.
-enrolled to vote here
-enrolled to vote in the USA presidential election
-renewed my passport
We are in a period of the in-gathering of the exiles. Here in Eretz Yisrael the jewish nation is returning to its national health and here is clarified and is expressed all its energies, as appropriate for a nation returning to its inheritance. We do not put our security in the hands of Sarkozy…
We do not put our security in the hands of Obama or Sarkozy or even completely in the IDF. We put our security in the hands of G-d because
ישראל בטח בה עזרם ומגינם הוא
Israel trusts Hashem. He is their help and their defender.
To be honest, at this point I’m really not sure. It’s a little strange for me, as it seems most of the issues discussed in relation to US political campaigns are social, while in Australia, most of the issues raised are environmental and economic.
Currently, I don’t particularly “like” any of the possible Republican candidates, besides for maybe Ron Paul. I have to do more research to be completely honest.
Although I don’t “like” any of the possible Republican candidates, I’m reluctant to re-elect Obama.
It’s funny, because I’m Left Wing on most issues…besides for when it comes to Israel. Although, once I make Aliyah I’ll probably change my stance on various issues, as I’ll be living in a Jewish state.
Ask me in a few months :)
I don’t even live in the U.S. Nevertheless - I take this privilege seriously. I am a U.S citizen and it is my responsibility to vote.