A kosher for Passover table, no less. Every item guaranteed kosher by some rabbi or another, down to the fizzy water that Uncle Joe swilled from the blue bottle. He may have grepsed dyspeptically, but the idea of Kosher for Passover water makes me ready to shout at the rabbi who put his okay on the bottle, "Feh, such a chazzer!" Imagine the chutzpah of some rabbi telling me that water is kosher. Water, by definition, is kosher. And that a rabbi might profit from this type of scam does more than render me dyspeptic. It makes me apoplectic, because it is nothing less than theft to make a profit on the pious gullability of Jewish consumers.
Rabbi Burton L. Visotzky, The Road to Redemption, in
Jewish Theological Seminary
learn.jtsa.edu/topics/reading/bookexc/visotzky_road/part1.html ("gullability" is in the original).