Ah Solow, not just the Israeli government - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 12.09.09 | 08:00 (IDT)

    "Surprise! Israeli government tells lie!" - Solow from Bastrop, Texas Solow, coming from Bastrop, Texas you might have a bit broader understanding of the kind of people who become politicians. The namesake of 'Bastrop" Texas was Felipe Enrique Neri, Baron de Bastrop. That was the assumed name of Philip Nering Bogel, who was run out of Holland for stealing the taxes he was collecting for the government. Succeeding, later failing, at fraud in Louisiana, he fled to Texas. Where he became a politician - and corrupt as always. Solow, decent people do not go into politics. Nor do politicians do anything but lie. "Israel' has nothing to do with the fact that Bibi is a politician, and that all Israeli politicians are politicians. If the did not lie, no one would elect them. Would you vote for someone who promised to steal all he could, defraud at any chance, lie rather than tell the truth and murder when ever it was profitable? Of course not. And that is why ALL politicians lie.

    from the article: Yossi Sarid / Lies about Netanyahu's trip harm Israel's credibility
    First published 01:13 11.09.09 | Last updated 05:04 11.09.09
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