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    • joe
    • 07.02.13 | 14:03 (IST)

    did you vote for yesh atid, mr. shavit. i doubt it. this party received that many votes because it promised to stop the free ride of the haredim as one of its major goals. i don't know what stats do you use, in our world, the number of children who don't learn core subjects in school in rising rapidly. in our world, the number of people who don't work, because they chose not too, is rising rapidly. in our world, the tax burden on the taxpayers is only rising. if yesh atid's voters wanted what you want, they would vote meretz. meretz once deceived its voters when it got a double digit number of seats promising social equality but choosing the 'peace process' instead. since then, meretz is in its present sorry state. i am sure that lapid remembers this lesson.

    from the article: Anything but 'anything but Shas'
    First published 05:00 07.02.13 | Last updated 05:00 07.02.13
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