'Trajtenberg vote fiasco prelude to elections'
Moran Azulay
Published: 03.10.11, 22:26
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1. Socialism got Israel into this mess
BH ,   Iowa   (10.04.11)
More socialism won't get you out.
2. Delusional nonsense
Gee ,   Zikron Yaakov   (10.04.11)
There will be no new elections over this. A vast majority of Israelis do not want them and they won't happen
3. Netanyahu is good for Israel's economy
Israeli 2   (10.04.11)
4. As such - Yes it seems so !.
Arn, ,   Sweden.   (10.04.11)
MK Shaul Mofaz (Kadima) also blasted Netanyahu over his failure in the cabinet: "This government can't seem to agree on anything, decide on anything or do anything… and today it has proven once more that it cannot govern or make any decisions regarding Israel's future. If this wasn’t so sad, we'd be laughing, but unfortunately, the joke is on us." Arn.Sweden.
5. He may be "good for the economy"...
Michael Davison ,   Ra'anana, Israel   (10.04.11)
In general, but he isn't good for the individual. What he's done with his willy-nilly privatization, cronyism and preferential treatment for companies and the rich has widened the economic gap, reduced the middle class and wreaked havoc with retired people. There has to be a balance and he can't find it.
6. We seem to have been shooting ourselves in the foot in
tom ,   tel aviv   (10.04.11)
matters concerning our security/ future against the Arab enemy. Now the fossilized bolsheviks want us to commit financial suicide and re-invent the not so recently failed(on a global scale) socialist values/ and you know what? They may yet succeede, the human nature is such that we learn absolutely nothing....If the Americans could vote Hussein Obama nothing can stop us voting Yehimovitz.
7. elections
sas ,   israel   (10.04.11)
the sooner the better but I see no better alternative???????????????? there are no more leaders in the country. the good ones left politics because they are too too honest. SAD.
8. Naw, it's a prelude to more opposition whining
Brian Cohen ,   Judean Peoples Front   (10.04.11)
Well, as a member of the voting public I clearly recall that both Kadima and Labor did bupkis about this when they were in power. In fact, the two parties are part of the problem. Labor set up the corrupt bolshevist oriented bureacracy we have now, and parceled out monopolies to party donors. Kadima is nothing more than the combination of the incompetence of Labor and Likud backbenchers with a few big names tossed in that morphed into a single entity that spends it's time doing more complaining that anything else. Labor is dead in the water. I doubt that Shelly can bring it back to life as a viable social democratic party. Not with Herzog at her side, as he's bound to give the kiss of death when voters hear him say "we are the peace camp". Kadima? Oy please - they talk about "the call for social justice which has united the people"?!?!? What the heck was Kadima doing when they were in power? They were the problem, not the solution. Being in opposition simply gives them the luxury of pretending that we voters don't remember. We do. I don't want elections where the choice is between bad, worse, and unthinkable. Feh.
9. Gee , Zikron Yaakov
Mordechai ,   T/A Israel   (10.04.11)
You are speaking for the nation with the certainty of a fool. Who are you to appoint yourself the peoples spokesperson? It is time for change it is time for more progressive thought and it is time for the people to be heard. It is a disgrace the prices that people are paying the salaries they are earning and the constant slow blood sucking of the Government. Everybody wants a state where we are equal with opportunity but this is now a pipe dream and I with respect dont need the regulation dork to tell me the country is not ready for an election. We are as a state now almost totally isolated and all this has happened under the watch of Netanayu and Barak and the regular bunch of arguing unsophisticated fools we see as our leaders YES lets see a change
10. Brian The Judean whatsitparty
Jo Shmoe ,   T/A Israel   (10.04.11)
I am with you
11. #5
Israel Israeli ,   Tel Aviv   (10.04.11)
Actually, all the crimes you mention are the work of the Histadrut, the Barak regime, and the kleptocracies of Sharon and Olmert. But why let facts get in the way?
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