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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Ketzaleh on Livni

At the end of a long article about Prime Minister Netanyahu's domestic political troubles, Haaretz's Yossi Verter comes up with this comparison between Prime Minister Netanyahu and opposition leader Livni from Yaakov Katz (Ketzaleh). Ketzaleh is the leader of the National Union party, the only Right wing party that is not part of the coalition.
Katz believes that, should it come to elections, Netanyahu will pull an about-face on pledges he made in his Bar-Ilan speech last year.

"Netanyahu will say he made a mistake when he declared his support for two states for two peoples. After all, he won't be able run on the same platform as Livni," he said. "Afterward he will be reelected and pursue the same line again."

Katz defended Livni, who he was seen huddling with in the Knesset.

"She is a friend of mine," he said. "I have a very high regard for her integrity. I prefer one like her, who follows a crooked path in a straight way, than someone who follows a crooked path in a crooked way."


At 7:42 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Three "states" or "counties", with a "federal government" called Israel. Once people live a productive life, the future status of two states could be re-visited.

At 7:53 PM, Blogger Ashan said...

Livni has "integrity". Her spineless agreement to UN res. 1701 has put Israel in existential danger as never before, not to mention her sell-out position vis-a-vis the Palithugs (worse than Netanyahu's - she caves in to absolutely everything), and this fool says she has "integrity? Pardon me while I barf. Ketzaleh has gone off the deep end.

At 9:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ashan. All Ketseleh means is in the context of what he's talking about: Livni is true for her words that she's no less a leftist than Ehud Barak.

Bibi is a lying piece of scum whose assurances could never be trusted.

So far, Ketzeleh is correct for the most part.


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