Shmuley lets the Material Girl have it here. However, the most memorable line from the article has to do with Jacko. Shmuley writes, "It is no secret that I spent two years in close friendship with Michael Jackson which I now regard as one of the great mistakes of my life... But my embarrassment comes from my insecurity in believing that I needed a celebrity pairing in order to be an effective exponent of Judaism, and that the Jewish faith needed a celebrity spokesman in order to garner mainstream credibility."
What kind of Jewish leader would ever get the idea of using a "celebrity pairing to be an effective exponent of Judaism"? -->