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Sunday, November 09, 2014

Good riddance!

Prime Minister Netanyahu may finally be forced to fire Amir 'Comrade' Peretz (right, with the closed binoculars) after Peretz went on a tirade on Channel 2.
Peretz, who was interviewed on Channel 2, announced earlier he does not intend to remain in Netanyahu’s government, who he said “has reached a point at which he does not prove his right to continue to be prime minister.”
"Netanyahu has brought the state of Israel to a state of despair,” charged Peretz, who declared that he does not intend to vote for the state budget Monday and added, “The ramifications of this are clear. The tactical moves – how I will leave the government and when – I want to [coordinate] with Tzipi Livni.”
He further claimed that Netanyahu is held hostage by the extreme right wing. “He gives extremists legitimacy to continue to set the ground aflame,” Peretz charged. “When I heard the prime minister talking at the memorial ceremony for Rabin, I wanted to get up and leave. I stayed only out of respect for the event.”
Coalition Chairman MK Ze'ev Elkin (Likud) reacted to Peretz's announcement and said that Peretz is “well acquainted with the rules of the political game. If he does not want to be a member of the government, it is not difficult to obtain the fax number of the Prime Minister's Bureau, to send a letter of resignation.”
Maybe Peretz can take his whole slimy party (the Tzipi Livni party) with him. That would be doing something constructive for the country for probably the first and last time in his political career.

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At 7:29 PM, Blogger mrzee said...

I still get a good laugh from that picture. Which one was he, Curly, Larry, Moe or Shemp?


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