In my own country, the UK, I consider myself to be a right-winger after watching the Labour party spend its 13 years in power bankrupting the state. The danger it has posed to the nation - if not stopped in time - is that government of the country will end up in the hands of outsiders, those who lend to us through the bond market, IMF etc. and through the creation of hyper-inflation by successive rounds of quantitative easing. As a Jew and a Zionist I see the right-wing destroying Israel's soul through its intolerant and partisan policies and its being as a homeland for Jews as its refusal to make peace will ultimately lead to be being subsumed into a single bi-national state. So I would suggest to Mr Rosenbaum that the sort of sweeping statement he has made has no place in the real world where one-size does not fit all.
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