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Azoy geht haOylam,yeah?

Reader comment on item: [After Sharon:] Israeli Politics Will Revert to Its Past
in response to reader comment: Purim-style Spiel to celebrate Sharon's recovery

Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), Jan 10, 2006 at 23:13

Now I think is a time for us to put all of our anger and disappointments behind. Let all of our arguements and disagreements be a thing of yesterday. Adon Sharon is a Jew and despite all of his faults he is one of our own and it's not proper for us to abandon him in his time of need.

I take the glass "l'Chaim" to his name. Lets hope we won't be saying Kaddish any time soon.
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