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What is good for the country

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Submitted by BATYA DAGAN (United States), Nov 28, 2005 at 21:33

Is anyone still thinking what is good for the country?
It looks as if people live and die for politics and not for the survival of Israel.

The word PEACE no longer means what it used to mean to us.It is a political word used for political purposes.So is WAR and so is BORDERS.

Frankly,it makes us sick. When the right becomes more left than the left so that SHARON will not go home to pasture than we know that it is time to stop and think.

We hope the Israelis will finally get rid of their addiction to politics and go back to thinking about the survival of ERETZ ISRAEL.
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