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    • zionist forever
    • 08.03.11 | 15:05 (IST)

    What exactly has Mrs Clean done other than support 1701. She has never been a PM or done anything major in her own right. The only reason she is seen and mrs clean is because she keeps her head down and keeps a low profile and the only reason she is leader of an opposition party is because its leader was forced out because of corruption and she inherited his job not because she earned it on merit. The reason she has this clean cut image is because she keeps a low profile lets others do the talking and get the criticism During the election campaign she criticized Bibi & Barak for fair failings when they were PM didn't actually mention she had no failings because she hadn't been PM. Since the election she has had very little so say unless she is sure she can gain a few bonus points because the less she says the less she can be accused of. If she actually won an election her clean cut image would be spoilt because a PM has to make unpopular decisions which people are going to condemn her for. Other than Madeline Albright and possibly Oprah Winfrey I don't really think any of those women could be considered to have done anything to shake the world. I think if I was going to nominate somebody it would be my sister who is a cardeologist in the UK ... she saves lives not just keep a low profile to keep her clean cut image as an election campaign issue.

    from the article: Kadima chair Tzipi Livni among 150 'women who shake the world'
    First published 11:09 08.03.11 | Last updated 11:09 08.03.11
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