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Monday, September 26, 2011

Bye-Bye Kadima?

Will the next election spell the end of Israel's party without principles? Hanoch Daum says the next election will be the end of Kadima, and we can only hope that he is right.
Kadima shall leave behind it bitter memories of a failed war, a top political brass found guilty of criminal offenses and an arrogant leader with a dour personality.
Okay guys - here's a survey. When he talks about an 'arrogant leader with a dour personality,' does he mean Sharon, Olmert or Livni? I think he means Livni, but couldn't the description apply as easily to the other two?
In the next elections, when the Labor Party (under Shelly Yacimovich’s leadership) and the renewed Shinui party (under Yair Lapid’s leadership?) win an accumulated 35 Knesset seats or so, Kadima shall turn into a comical footnote with a single-digit total of Knesset seats.

This is certainly bad news for Ms. Livni, who received an opportunity to form a government but arrogantly chose to go to elections. Yet this is good news for Israel’s political establishment, which shall be graced with bold and innovative ideological parties.
Read the whole thing. I don't like Israel's Left either (and I hope they win much fewer than 35 seats), but at least they stand for something, and once upon a time, they even used to be loyal.

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At 10:17 PM, Blogger Chana said...

Uh, make that *three* arrogant leaders with dour personalities...


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