“Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.” That’s what patriotic rabbis used to say. But what if your neighbor is your enemy? There are people in your neighborhood, or in your office, or in your school, or in your home—and definitely in your church—whose political views could not be more different than yours. You may not call them “enemies”, but would you admit that they’re hard to love right now? How does God want us to act toward those whose political views bewilder and irritate us?