The Netanyahu disgrace
Sima Kadmon
Published: 04.10.11, 18:11
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1. opinionated more than opinion
Larry ,   Los Angeles   (10.04.11)
It seems that Sima Kadmon has it in for Bibi. This is the most lopsided opinion I have read in Ynet yet.
2. This is the only disgrace?
Ussishkin ,   Tel Aviv Israel   (10.04.11)
He's been a disgrace since becoming PM again.
3. Opposition will pay high price if they force elections.
Chaim ,   Israel   (10.04.11)
The vast majority of Israelis are satisfied with Netanyahu's leadership. Israel is avoiding the economic carnage which is ravaging much of the Western World, due in large part to Netanyahu's wise economic leadership of Israel. The opposition may be able to force elections on a reluctant public; but they will pay a very high price at the polls. Watch for Kadima and Meretz to do a disappearing act. Labor will not do nearly as well as it expects.
4. Bibi and elections
howard singer ,   pittsburgh, USA   (10.04.11)
In your dreams, Ynet. Ynet doesn't like Bibi and therefore it sees elections sooner rather than later at the drop of a hat. But Bibi shall have a full term.
5. new elections
Mike ,   US   (10.04.11)
the only benefit of new elections, would possibly be if Feiglin coud Oust Bibi from the leadership of the likud.
6. Bibi
noel nesor ,   Israel   (10.05.11)
Bibi 'rules' by not making decisions which is a pathway to disaster. His non-intervention in the Doctors' protest, even tho' he's the Minister of Health coupled with the smokescreen of ther 'social justice' enquiry are prime examples.
7. Take a Powder, Bibi
05/10/11   (10.05.11)
It already looks like you've had it at the next elections. When are they, by the way?
8. weak bibi hastens elections
moron ,   galut   (10.05.11)
27 seats means weak leadership.i hope israelis elect stronger govt led from the 'right' as 'left' is weaker.
9. Chaim, which Israel do you live in?
Gregg ,   Haifa, IL   (10.05.11)
10. #9. The Israel where the left is disappearing.
Chaim ,   Israel   (10.05.11)
#9 Gregg. As far as I know there is only one Israel. In this Israel; Netanyahu must be given a lot of credit for his economic leadership of Israel; which is doing better than most Western nations these days. On the political front, Netanyahu is a mixed bag; but far better than what Israel would, and has, experienced under Kadima or Labor (heaven forbid). This Israel is a centre right country in which the left is not so slowly being voted out of existence.
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