Goldblog reader David Sobel just e-mailed me this:

Dear Jeffrey and Andrew:

Andrew's belief in the Trinity aside, you two are like Jewish parents constantly arguing how to best raise a kid that comes home every day with distressing tales of playground entanglements. Only, in this case that kid happens to be a precocious, powerful, and sometimes impetuous, foreign country called Israel. I would like to recommend counseling, preferably with a skilled Jewish therapist in Manhattan. Your over-protectivness is clearly affecting your relationship.

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