Needed: An anyone-but-Bibi bloc
Anyone who isn't "dyed-in-the-wool Likud" or its 'natural partner' must declare: Our first loyalty is reserved for a different coalition. Our candidate for premier is the person among us who received the most votes, whoever that person may be, as long that person isn't Bibi.
The left will not run as a single bloc in the upcoming elections. It won't happen, it's doubtful whether it should happen. One's basic instinct demands a unification of forces because we have to establish a national salvation front. But not all the candidates see themselves as partners. Yair Lapid, for example, breaks out in a rash when he hears "left" or even "center-left." Lapid prefers the...
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