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Wednesday, March 04, 2009
Here’s the latest from the political scammers of Lieberman and Yisrael Beiteinu.

"No one asked us during the campaign if we were in favor of a Palestinian state," Israel Beiteinu MK Danny Ayalon said.

Wow, imagine that, no one thought to ask, and you forgot to mention it.

But is that really true?

Because it gets better.

The Matot Arim organization said it had received a phone commitment from MK David Rotem during the campaign that the party opposed the creation of a Palestinian state.

And an Israel Beiteinu spokeswoman had told her that Rotem had been speaking for the entire party.

But alas, in the fine print of the Yisrael Beiteinu party position paper it says:

2. The permanent agreement must be based on the principle of territory and population exchange, as well as the creation of two nationally homogeneous states.

Can it be that the party is so confused after duping their voters with rhetoric and slogans that they don’t know their own party's positions?

2 comments:

shaun.spain said...

totally agreed, but what about kadima, livni refused a national unity gov because netanyahu opposes a 1967 border state, did she explain clearly on campaign this was the main target of the her party?

Anonymous said...

FROM CAROL HERMAN

True, the right, all together, has 65 votes. But it's not really all in one party. Bibi has been charged with pulling together a government. And, he may be forced to keep all his chips on the right. While he still needs Avigdor Lieberman.

How Ehud Barak (like Houdini) slips the "knot" of Labor, I do not know. But he sure doesn't want to sit in the opposition!

Neither does Mofaz. And, a few others who were previously in the Likud Party, anyway.

What you're seeing? A circus.

But to win, it's Bibi at the poker table. And, Livni has the weaker cards. but she's a stubborn one.

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