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    • Danite
    • 12.11.05 | 02:54 (IST)

    I agree that Peretz is making the Likud sweat bullets at the thought of him showing up their heartland, what are they going to say to him"tachzor le ramat aviv ya maniac"? I dont think so. I dont know if you saw my comments to you yesterday about what I think would be a more politic time to introduce Beilin to the public(after these elections so as not to give the Likud easy targets they will use beilin to make Peretz look yafeh nefesh) but they could eventually make a good team, very powerful actually.I have had my spirits uplifted by this lovely and unexpected victory I was expecting more years of tedious and bloody gridlock, Peretz will shake the tree. Who knows Ben Gurion , according the recent polls the Labor party with him at the head looks at least alive again. Regards as usual Danite

    from the article: Analysis / Fold up the road map
    First published 00:00 11.11.05 | Last updated 00:00 11.11.05
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