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    • Heidi
    • 24.03.11 | 08:24 (IST)

    Our leader was planning to waste our money for a new road to his Quesaria home. This is what goes on in his mind? He does not act, his hands are tied in a coalition and like Barak, he only wants to keep power. So it seems. No vision, no will. He was elected though! More than 35% of the Israelis did not go to vote! We had a chance to get a moderate government, more open to oportunities. Why don't we go vote then? Not only Netanyahu wastes time - we do too.

    from the article: When Israel's politicians sit idle, terrorists step forward
    First published 02:53 24.03.11 | Last updated 02:53 24.03.11
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