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    Op-Ed Calls to Pardon Rubashkin

    An article in the Wall Street Journal urges President Barack Obama to pardon Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin in the name of justice. Full Story

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    obama
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    obama

    That would be the best thing Obama would do in 8 years

    Amen
    Guest
    Amen

    May it happen NOW!

    Now
    Guest
    Now

    May it be today!!

    Do something!!
    Guest
    Do something!!

    Yes indeed there must be something President Obama can do. Rabbi Rubashkin has been in prison WAY TOO LONG!!

    Amen!
    Guest
    Amen!

    Now, why would a rabid anti-semite want to pardon SR. Hashem! Please release him now!!

    That's crazy
    Guest
    That's crazy

    Lev melachim vesarim beyad H
    ashem. Daven that the President do something!

    Lets remember
    Guest
    Lets remember

    At the end of the day its the Aibishter who we have to turn to at this point, that He should install the idea and decision in Obamas head now! to FINALLY FREE RUBASHKIN!
    Please Hashem, let this man be remembered and returned to his family who are missing him so badly, and need him back with them home , where he belongs!
    Everyday that he’s away, is a lifetime!
    As the article states, he has MORE than served his sentence:(
    Ad Mosia?
    Ad Mosai?

    Only Besuros Tovos
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    Only Besuros Tovos

    May there be excellent news very soon!

    aibishter please
    Guest
    aibishter please

    give him גאולה!

    tbh i doubt obama cares
    Guest
    tbh i doubt obama cares

    i mean i hope he will but its more likely trump will pardon him

    Common sense
    Guest
    Common sense

    Common sense would seem to indicate that being disrespectful to President Obama here (or anywhere else) is not going to be helpful. While you may disagree with his politics, he is a man of decency, honour and integrity.

    It should be clear to all that the sentence Mr Rubashkin received is grossly disproportionate and it is in the interests of justice that President Obama commutes his sentence to time already served.

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    to #11

    “man of decency, honour and integrity”… OK, whatever gets the job done. Perhaps Obama will finally do something right. Let’s see.

    Boruch N. Hoffinger
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    Boruch N. Hoffinger

    A pardon might/will be counterproductive his lawyers said.

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