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Sunday, December 10, 2006

Which statement is stupider?

I'm conducting a poll - answer in the comments section.

Defenseless Defense Minister Amir Comrade Peretz made two statements to the annual business conference this evening:
1. "[The] Saudi peace initiative should be considered a possible base for a diplomatic process," the defense minister said.

2. "The stability of [the current government] is in the national interest of Israel," Defense Minister Amir Peretz said Sunday evening. "[The government] is a strategic asset. It is wonderful," Peretz said. "I [also] hope that soon is the day that people will realize what an asset it is to have a socially-aware defense minister."
So here's the poll question (and it's a tough one to answer): Which statement by Peretz do you think was stupider and why?


At 4:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Number 2 is stupider only because there are more words in it.

At 9:35 AM, Blogger Michael said...

Some things are not quantifiable.

The depths of Peretz's incompetence in his current position, and the sheer stupidity of his public statements, are among them.


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