Israeli ministers must continue to express their thoughts on issues pertaining to Israeli policies. It is the only way in which Israelis and those watching from abroad can know what the Israeli government really thinks. It would also be somewhat deceptive to refuse to openly say what they really think, as it would make it somewhat difficult for Israelis to know what they are supporting or not. What the Israeli ministers are saying maybe disagreeable to some, myself included, but I would rather know what they are thinking and planning than have to guess at it based on what they end up doing. So, let them carry on saying what they think. Some may contradict others, and still leave room for having to guess, but at least they won't be promising one thing and doing the exact opposite ... too often.
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from the article: Thus spoke the dairy farmer