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Netanyahu, Lieberman pledge continued collaboration
Yuval Karni
Published: 23.01.13, 18:42
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1. Bibi, don't you ever learn?
Dee Bee ,   Israel   (01.23.13)
You alliance of Gobbligarach Lieberman has cost you dearly! You pushed out the true Likudniks like Mickey Eitan, Dan Merridor, Yossie Peled to get into bed with a bunch of Stalinist Goons! Bibi, the future of this country in the youth and they are leaving you in their droves to Bennett and Lapid! Your glib talk doesn't fool the people anymore! Wake up Bibi before your party says ENOUGH!
2. Beebee and the Bouncer
StevieT ,   USA   (01.23.13)
Time to take their act to a lounge in Vegas.
3. It's wake up time....
Sam ,   Kfar Saba   (01.23.13)
Clearly Bibi is an atrocious leader and always has been. He has fooled the Israeli public by playing on their fears, creating more fear as he goes. Perhaps now that the situation is so bad, some proper, selfless leaders will arise and finally start doing what is needed for the country rather than their fat egos. I hope Bibi has a seriously hard time over the next 4 years (if he survives) and that Lieberman gets taken away and made to pay for his dishonest behaviour. Lots of work ahead Israel!
4. 1# Couldn't be more correct
PersianJew ,   Holon   (01.23.13)
I am/was a life long Likudnik, can't remember when I voted for another party, but after Eitan/Meridor/Peled and even Begin got kicked out of their own party by ultra-religious ultra-nationalist idiots I realized it was time for a change, which is why I voted Yesh Atid.
5. Lieberman is a affront to everyone
Chaim Ben Kahan ,   Efrat, Israel   (01.24.13)
Is it a good idea to join parties with someone who was just indicted and was forced to step down? I would think not, but who are we to second guess Bibi. Bibi who seems to outmaneuver everyone and has reinvented himself from the ashes to become Prime Minister for a third term. Who was the last Prime Minister to maintain stable governments and get reelected 3 times? I don't recall.
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