Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Anti-homosexuality is not the most important value in the Torah?

Who says so? The Jewish Press!

I was preparing another post on this issue (which may not appear until tomorrow), in response to all the activity on the subject on other bolgs. While taking a break I happened to surf to the Jewish Press web site. Their "What's Clicking?" section had a link to their condemnation of Gay marriage:


But I recalled last summer and fall what the Jewish Press had told us:



They endorsed Mayor Bloomberg in both the Republican primary and the general election despite his endorsement of gay marriage:


which appears to have been a position change from before:


There were plenty of other reasons to support Mayor Bloomberg, of course. He has been a pretty good mayor although I thought his support of the Manhattan football stadium was a terrible misjudgement of priorities (thank you, Sheldon Silver, for killing it). This just shows that you don't get radioactivity or cooties from this issue of gay marriage.


Blogger Ezzie said...

Endorsing him for mayor has little to do with his liberal social viewpoints, which have almost no effect... And I doubt there were any choices in NYC who don't back gay marriage.

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are wrong here. Bloomberg has opposed homosexual marriage in court.

12:09 AM  

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