Harold Koh With the Wet Nose:

I say that apropos Orin's "Oops" post.

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Yankev (mail):
For some time now, UJC has arrogated to itself the role of authorized voice of the Jewish community for matters far beyond its competence of function (not unlike the ABA has done for lawyers). The lay leaders who set policy tend to be successful but snobby liberals, who show disdain for the underpaid employees of local federation agencies.

As to Yad Sarah, I heartily agree. They help people across the religious and political spectrum who are in need of medical equipment that is not covered by their insurance.
2.6.2009 12:57pm

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