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Hanukkah: Night and Day 4

“Endowed by … (choke choke)” – Joe Biden

Hanukkah is a tradition of 2000 years. – Kamala Harris

Except for the bits in Hebrew, God wasn’t mentioned. And the Temple? Nothing. The free exercise of religion? Zilch.

The greatness of Hanukkah is that, nevertheless, the Light did shine in the darkness. The Temple was rededicated.

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