There is no doubt in my mind that Olmert needs to go. As the Winograd Report implies, his team failed in the handling of national security affairs and that is inexcusable. In Israel, whose survival hangs from a string, there are no second chances. However, Levy is right in raising the point that ?when Olmert goes home, what exactly will happen??. Where are all the young leaders hidding and what are they waiting for? All those that believe in this amazing country, in their right to exist as free and independent people. Have we lost so much faith in the political arena that no one is willing to undertake such a demanding task? Or is it because, we are too strict with our polititians and we are scared of one day being in their shoes? We need tomorrow?s leaders today.
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