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Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Livni: 'Those who aren't with me oppose peace'

Shades of the late Yitzchak Rabin who was assassinated thirteen years ago on Tuesday.

Kadima leader and Prime Ministerial candidate Tzipora Livni brands those who oppose her party as 'opponents of peace.'
"We are actually in a situation in which the Right wants to put a stop to everything and the Left may want to give up everything," she said. "However, our way is to continue the peace process in an intelligent and responsible manner that preserves Israel's interests."

Speaking during a Kadima faction meeting, Livni said that Likud had turned into a party that "says no to everything."

Livni said election slogans might be "very nice," but insisted that they "will not convince the public," Army Radio reported.
Rabin used to refer regularly to those who opposed the Oslo accords as the 'enemies of peace.'

Earlier this week, Benny Begin, one of Israel's very few honest politicians, and former IDF spokesperson Miri Regev, joined the Likud. Begin's joining the Likud makes it much more likely I will consider voting for them in February. I wonder how many other Israelis feel the same.


At 7:22 PM, Blogger knowitall said...

Sounds like the same message the mainstream media illuminati give out to those who oppose the lefties. If you're against them, you're negative.


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