Can you vote for a presidential candidate because he will create more jobs for Jews?
Now forget about it. Nobody will create more jobs for Jews. It’s nothing but bluff. As I said before, people ask me for whom I’m going to vote. I’m going to vote for Bush. I’ll tell you some of my reasons. One reason is Jesse Jackson who opposes Bush. If it’s Jesse Jackson against Bush, I’m for Bush. If the gays are against Bush, I’m for Bush. If the lesbians are against Bush, I’m for Bush. If the radicals are against Bush, I’m for Bush.
America today you have to know is in very great danger. Now don’t say it’s something they always say. No it’s not what they always say. Today there’s an adversarial attitude taught in all the colleges to hate America, to hate authority, to hate police, hate anything that’s established. What that means, they don’t know what they’re talking about but anything of authority they hate. The truth is they don’t know what to do. They have too much to eat. They have too many luxuries and they’re looking for some excitement or wildness. And therefore the idea of fighting the country, of fighting America and belittling capitalism, saying that America is the most wicked country in the world, excites them. They took a vote, a census among college students asking who are the worst men in modern history. So the first was Hitler; boruch HaShem, at least that. The second was Ronald Reagan! The second worst man! Gaddafi and all the other reshaim were at the bottom of the list, but Reagan was the second-worst man in modern history. That’s what they teach in the colleges.
We’re in great sakanah today, and these wicked people that are studying on the college campuses, what are they doing there? They’re wasting their time and our money goes into it. And these are the ones who are going to be the judges and the college professors in the years to come. We are going to have a great whirlwind to reap chas v’shalom in the years to come. And therefore if we could get somebody in charge who is a little bit conservative, who tries to stand up for the family, who tries to fight back against the destruction of moral values, then even though we don’t believe him entirely – it’s election talk; it’s campaign talk – but at least he talks the right kind of words and that’s the man that we have to vote for. We’re in a great sakanah in America. Don’t think America is always going to be. America is on the crossroads and it’s up to us to help out as much as we can.
TAPE # 890 (October 1992)