Beilin is a lame duck politician - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 11.11.05 | 00:50 (IST)

    Yossi Beilin who reached his zenith while Rabin was sleeping off a night of drinking, is himself a lame-duck. Labor didn't want him, Meretz could not figure out why he thought so highly of himself and now he leads a party of misfits that very few Israelis know the name of. But luckily for the feisty misfit he has the pages of Haaretz in which to vent. I will agree with him that it is not up to the Americans nor the rest of the world to bring about peace in these here parts. Hopefully we and the Pals will be left alone to come up with some sort of agreement actually based on our need for peace. Without the foolishness of the brain dead left nor the Islamofacists who both have no interest in my or the Palestinains welfare. Yesterday Amman, hmmmmm. David vickery is probably trying to figure out how to balme this on the events in Paris.

    from the article: Don't count on America
    First published 00:00 10.11.05 | Last updated 00:00 10.11.05
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