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Friday, January 06, 2006
Let’s see, where do I even begin?

Olmert is meeting with Peres to beg him not to return to Labor.

In the end, Netanyahu never really succeeded in convincing his fellow Likud Ministers to actually leave the government, so he's now telling them to stay in for the good of the country. (Maybe he’ll ask for his old job back in the meantime).

Shitreet has begun the lobbying to be the head of Kadima, and now so is everyone else who thinks they are most worthy.

Everyone wants a high number now, because they know that not more than 10 are getting in.

Peres’s pollsters are back. Suddenly Kadima under Peres will get the same number of votes as Kadima under Sharon (yet somehow not Labor under Peres). Not quite sure how that works, but then again we mustn’t forget these are the same pollsters who said he was going to beat Peretz.

Of course everyone is rallying around the fact that Kadima will continue following Sharon’s legacy.

I’d like to put any two Kadima members in a room and ask them what exactly is Kadima’s platform and Sharon’s legacy.
Just for the laugh.


Anonymous said...

I hope the Kadema ship sinks with Sharon. We can clean up the government in one sweep.

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