June 25, 2008

Kadima and Mugabe

While we were all sleeping, the leaders of Kadima and Labor stitched up a deal to stave off today's vote to dissolve the current Knesset and make way for new elections.

Heaven only knows what bribes were offered and false promises made at the expense of the long-suffering Israeli citizens whose security and self-esteem have been so totally undermined by the morally corrupt and defeatist policies of Olmert, Livni and Barak and their money-grubbing supporters in $hass.

Likud's turncoat Tzachi Hanegbi - one of the many Olmert sycophants under criminal investigation - takes credit for the pre-dawn deal to keep Olmert in power for more unilateral surrender and dismemberment of the Jewish state.

Congratulating himself he proclaims: "the cloud of early elections had been removed".

What he really means is: the cloud of democracy has been removed.
For democracy is surely what elections are all about.

Mr Mugabe may be hacking the limbs off his opponents in Zimbabwe - but at least he is holding elections ... of a kind.

People like Hanegbi and Barak would sooner hack off pieces of Eretz Yisrael to keep themselves in power than even consider such a thing as elections.

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