We are living in Dangerous times. Our enemies are making thowe noises that could imperil teh countruy. Defense is teh sacred cow. at this time - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Elise
    • 01.09.11 | 13:38 (IDT)

    peace with palestinians will not reduce by one iota what Hizbullah or Al quaeda or any other terror group want to do to israel. We can start by cutting subsidies to teh Orthodox who do not work or otherwise contribute to society. They take more than they put out. Why ? Because its a religious thing. That is teh fiorst step. Financial support for the Yeshivas another area. If they want to stay open let them pay for it themselves Many other areas. One thing that must change is barak must go, he is wishy washy a weal kneed sister, just like Obama who is also a weak kneed sister but worse.

    from the article: Barak: Israel can't cut defense budget to meet social demands
    First published 12:00 01.09.11 | Last updated 12:00 01.09.11
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