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I Don't Know How Long It Will Be, But . . .

Reader comment on item: What will the future political landscape look like in Israel in the aftermath of the Winograd report?

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), May 3, 2007 at 22:57

B"H

. . . "After The Sharon Government, Mashiach Will Come" -- Rav Kaduri

What will be until the "Sharon Government," of which Kadima/Olmert are vestiges, I don't know. I expect until they are gone they will be up to their usual tricks.

But suppose we rid ourselves of them, as we should, what do people expect to happen when Olmert is gone? Who do they think can succeed where all others, even the most promising of our past leaders have failed miserably? Do they think Netanyahu will be any better? He's just 'Sharon Lite', or as one well known pundit I respect said of him, "He's no different from Perez."

True, we have to do the best we can with what we have, but what is that? I hope people in Israel have more options than I can see from here.

Without Mashiach, may he be revealed soon, things will not improve. Till then, will Israel PLEASE think twice before voting for anyone who has failed before, or who has supported anyone who has a history of support for failure no matter what they say to the contrary now. Talk is cheap. Don't listen to what they say, rather look at what they have done and are doing in order to have even a remote idea of what they might do. PLEASE, just this once?!

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