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    • Yeshiva Bochur
    • 02.11.10 | 17:39 (IST)

    The students don't learn from life./ (1) They certainly deserve support. (2)But they keep on voting for Peres, Beilin, Braverman, Livni etc who forget them the moment that their vote is in the ballot. They ought to vote for Ishai, Lizman, Porush etc who will never and at no time forget to who they owe thanks. These guys will do everything they can for their voters. (2) Beilin, Braverman, Livni etc will use big words, but for 60 years did nothing comma zero for the students. The students don't learn from life. Ishai did for his voters what he knows to do, to be grateful for his voters. Demonstrations won't help and Livni, Braverman, Beilin, Sarid, Peres for the next 60 years will just talk and blah blah forever.

    from the article: Of yeshiva stipends and angry voters
    First published 12:39 29.10.10 | Last updated 12:39 29.10.10
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