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    • JPMORGAN
    • 08.09.12 | 20:14 (IDT)

    Mitt Romney is a hard tested successful businessman who knows how private sector jobs are created because he created thousands of them with smart prudent investments. He is also a kind, generous charitable man. So Sarid thinks personal character doesnt matter in a leader. Big surprise there!!! Not one Israeli PM has done what he promissed to do during the election since at least 1980. They have no integrity and no values. They sell out the country interests to special interest parties (usually Haredi and Dati). They do not understsand the importance to the country and to Yiddishkeit of separation of state and rabbis. They do not enforce the countries laws, in or out of the green line. The housing violations of the Beduin and Galilee arabs is laughable as is that of the Settlers and many other citizens. Just look at Jerusalem. It is a slum. So Sarid, personal character and integrity is not a value in Israeli politics and look how that has worked. G-d bless Romney and G-d bless the United States of America and G-d save the State of Israel.

    from the article: Between Bibi and Mitt, I'll take Bibi
    First published 03:32 07.09.12 | Last updated 03:32 07.09.12
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