not good enough, here some ideas (not that they are wanted) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • nehemia dB
    • 18.06.11 | 18:03 (IDT)

    Aluf has some things right here but the plan seems to be one of extending the status quo vis a vis peace. Never mind Netanyahu's term, how about trying to negotiate peace? Tsipi just replacing Lieberman is a maybe too weak a weak change and how will Netanyahu feel he gains by that - is it practical? Negotiate from strength not weakness, Tsipi should be rotating PM, otherwise the whole thing is a red herring. If not PM, bring Ehud Olmert in too. I mean one wants to solve the issues, not babble talk for ever and ever. Also whats that dude's name, Rabbi Froman, get him in too, get real. Otherwise, forget politics and get some CEO's, scientists and engineers and they will bring the fantasy to a halt and pull the region together.

    from the article: Netanyahu would be wise to turn to Kadima
    First published 11:49 17.06.11 | Last updated 11:49 17.06.11
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