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Oct 28, 2012

Quote of The Day

I don't see a significant difference between establishing a coalition before or after the elections, since the two parties are keeping their independence and are competing in the elections as one political bloc...
Those who are trying to blacken the face of Lieberman, when they refer to him with all sorts of expressions, will need to explain to their public how Yisrael Beiteinu was a relevant partner. Even now they want him to go to a different coalition, and that finally they will be able to throw the Likud out of rule. There is a certain amount of hypocrisy... The Left should also establish a large political bloc of all their parties...

  -- Minister Benny Begin

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1 comment:

  1. I think it is another brilliant stunt by Bibi. The same way he got everyone into election frenzy including Deri and Lapid last year and then had Mofaz join him for what was definitely a joke of a unity government. Netanyahu has managed to steal the limelight from the left who are the natural media darlings. People are talking about Deri, what Lapid and Sheli are doing and no one was caring about the Likud. Bamm! Bibi and Liberman get a week of free publicity stolen from the rest. It is only natural that they will rejoin after the elections anyway, and frankly, what is the point of running together? LOL. Everyone is supposed to be very happy, especially Lapid who is pushing for 'change'. It would appear that Bibi is forcing Israel into a two party system - right vs left. The left should be ecstatic, but the media will try to show how this is undemocratic.

    I love it but not voting for them anyway.
    Josh

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