Tzippy Livni - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • JJ Gross
    • 19.09.11 | 15:23 (IDT)

    This woman is such a terminal whiner , crybaby and liar. After having been one of those responsible for every major debacle in the past ten years from relinquishing Gaza with no conditions to getting us into Cast Lead all Livni does is bitch and moan. Now she is criticizing the coalition, even though it is she who refuses to join the coalition because her pampered and inferior ego wouldn't allow it. And now, as a reinvigorated Labor Party rears its head she realizes Kadima's days are numbered because the two most detested politicians in Israel are herself and Ehud Barak. No one needs or wants a duplicate of Labor (which is what Kadima is) under the leadership of someone like her who has neither brains nor charisma nor anything to show for all her years in politics.

    from the article: Livni: Israel's diplomatic stupidity is pushing the U.S. into a corner
    First published 14:25 19.09.11 | Last updated 14:25 19.09.11
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