Since Akiva Eldar is the one who argued, "we will have to wait until the Israeli public or the international community, headed by the U.S., will wake up and push Israel to pursue the road map", and since Akiva Eldar noted,"It seems that the most desirable combination is that the Israeli right are the ones carrying out the difficult decisions and necessary steps on the ground. However, it seems that the Israeli left is the political force that shows the public the correct way after the right reaches a deadlock., it seems to me that only a Kadima-Labor coalition government would present Israel with a realistic approach forward. Netanyahu, in particular, seems neither capable of making difficult decisions or taking necessary steps on the ground. He seems capable of 'hollowing out' the IDF as he did, leaviing Israel unprepared for dealing with the war in Lebanon, and impoverishing those least able to cope in Israel like he did with his policies in the past. Neither guns nor butter!
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