Tuesday, September 10, 2013 • 10:55pm
On the Anniversary of 9/11 we shouldn’t remember that our country was attacked by terrorists. Rather, we should remember that the country came together as one whole united not divided; we all helped one another with whatever we needed. From consulting one another, and donating to charity, 9/11 is not just a day we remember for something horrible that happened to our great nation; it is a day to bring out the best of each other in the sense that we have more pride in our country than ever before.
Saturday September 14, is one of the holiest days of the year for people of my Jewish faith. It is known as Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement). We mourn for the sins we have committed over the last year by fasting and praying. Our fate is sealed for the New Year. As everyone mourns those lost on 9/11, we should all take a look at ourselves in the mirror and become more aware of the political, economic, and social issues that surround us every day. We need to be more united than divided as a nation. We should remain focused on working to our highest potential regardless of how difficult the task may be.
GOP Candidate for Union County Freeholder