Dec 24, 2009

better late than never

Kadima seems to be in a panic, as Netanyahu has finally effected the process of Kadima's dismantlement that should have happened 4 years ago. Better late than never I guess.

All the big names in Kadima are in a panic, screaming about how Netanyahu's move is immoral, blah blah blah.

They all forget that this is no different, if not better, than what they did when they formed Kadima. The current MKs leaving Kadima are doing so because they are right wing politicians, mostly from the Likud originally, who now find themselves in a left-wing party. Kadima under Olmert and Livni has turned out to not be a centrist party, as they professed to be, but to be mostly a left wing party.
So much so, that Yossi Beilin has been calling, for a long time already but now he has renewed those calls, for Kadima to form an alliance with Meretz and some potential dropouts from Labor.

Good riddance, Kadima. Hopefully this is the beginning of the end for you.

1 comment:

  1. Amen Rafi G.

    At least Labor stands for the left. Agree with them or not, you know what you're getting. The Kadima clowns stand only for themselves, professional politicians who will do anything to stay in power, as evidenced by their sole contribution to Israeli political culture, the tenure of Ehud Olmert. The failure of a party that had no ideology except power-lust was inevitable, and I for one am unabashedly delighted to see them backstabbing one another and scurrying around for their next political gig.


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