Tonight at sundown is Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year. There is much to be accomplished today in my busy schedule, I at least take this opportunity:
A. To wish everyone an easy fast;
B. To forgive all who in earnest ask my forgiveness for whatever they may have done or not done during the past year; and
C. To sincerely beseech the forgiveness of all whom I may have wronged or slighted.
I further note that tomorrow, on Yom Kippur itself, Iran's evil leader Ahmadinejad is slated to address the UN General Assembly. The scheduling is at a time when Jews are preoccupied with Yom Kippur. This calendar placement, I believe, is deliberate and intentional, and was done with the connivance of the Obama administration.
To our Christian (and, I am informed, a number of Sikh) friends who plan to be there to speak out in protest, I extend my greatest appreciation. You surely will be remembered by me, and by Higher Powers as well.
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