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    • The Progressive Populist
    • 08.03.11 | 11:43 (IST)

    And what does "shake the world" mean? Silly. And is she "a leading advocate of a two-state solution"? Just words. She is "Likud light". She will never give the PA more than what was offered by le´t´s say Olmert. And then there is the notion of "Mrs. Clean". "Unusual level of integrity and honesty"? Really? I don´t think so. It is a gross exagerration, based on strategic communication, that wants to position her as the opposite of the wicked and corrupt (Netanyahu). Well, all this is idealization. I would recommend her advisors not to push this mythology too far - it might crash down upon you one day. Livni might not be Olmert, but to label her as some kind of political angel is just silly, and counterproducive. Having said that - I voted for her and Kadima.....she is competent, strong, intelligent and yes - she should inspire other women in Israel to work hard and pursue careers, in politics and business (but not mixing it, like Olmert did...).

    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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