” title=”Cool” /> JEWISH MAN UPSET THAT POLLING PLACE WAS IN CHURCH
MIDDLETON, Wis. (AP) In Wisconsin, a Jewish man whose polling
place was at a Catholic church says he was disturbed to see a
[color=blue:273ctdwo]crucifix hanging over a ballot box.[/color:273ctdwo]
Dr. Zeev Bar-Av of Middleton says issues on yesterday’s ballot
like gay marriage and the death penalty “are essentially on the
national divide on religion and non-religion.”
The 65-year-old Middleton man says, “If there is a place where
church and state should be separated, the polling place should be
Wisconsin Elections Board executive director Kevin Kennedy says
the state and municipalities struggle to come up with adequate
polling places, and churches have plenty of parking. He adds that
polling places don’t have to be redecorated to protect voters from
feeling uncomfortable, and voters who are bothered can always vote
I find the title of the thread very funny.
“Jewish man upset.”
This, my friends, is newsworthy!
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