It no longer matters, all Israeli political parties are stagnant cesspools of recycled failures. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Shai Jesselman
    • 19.06.05 | 19:54 (IDT)

    Arabs can be bought cheaply. Israelis can be bought cheaply. What's the difference. Unlike vibrant political parties in Western nations, All of Israels political parties are stagnant cesspools full of failures. No new leaders with new visions. We recycled Peres as PM over and over, though he failed everytime. Bibi, perhaps the worst failure of all as PM, wants to recycle himself with new lies that will result in the same past failures. Barak, perhaps the 2nd worst failure, wants to recycle himself. New failures want to recycle themselves from failed generals to failed PM's as Arik Sharon proved tweice and Shaul Mofaz wants to prove. Yes, Arabs deserve better for they do not know better, but Israelis who know better do not deserve better because they will vote for the candidate who lies to them the most everytime. And the failures go on and on.

    from the article: Arabs for hire
    First published 00:00 19.06.05 | Last updated 00:00 19.06.05
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