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No, Carly, Jews Don’t ‘Break Bread’ At Passover

A reader forwards on Carly Fiorina’s passover greeting to her supporters (“Passover is a time of remembrance and thanks. …”).

The entertaining part, at least for a Jewish reader:

This week, as we break bread and spend time with our families and friends, I hope we also take a moment to say a word of thanks for our freedom and for those who have given their lives in freedom’s name. Let us also look ahead with hope to the opportunities to come.

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