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As imperfect as he is, Netanyahu is the best major candidate for Israel and the West

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Submitted by Mikhail Alterman (United States), May 26, 2008 at 01:57

Of course National Union party is way better, but there is a lack of political skill there. Feiglin is also lacking political skills to outfox the left. Having great solutions and correct ideology is not enough, need political skills to win elections and push agenda through.

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