Eretz Yisrael Time

Powered by WebAds
Thursday, March 23, 2006
I’m not going to talk numbers, but rather a possible and likely scenario.

To begin with Kadima will not do anywhere as well as they and the media are planning, and the Likud will do better than everyone expects. But either way a lot of Kadima members are going to be very disappointed that they aren’t being made into Ministers and the like.

And why won’t they become VIPs?

Because no matter how many seats he has, Olmert is still going to have to heavily reward Lieberman (can anyone name anyone else on his list?), Shas, Aguda/Degel, and Labor for them to join him instead of a Netanyahu lead Likud-Labor (or Likud-Right) coalition. The price will be so high that he will have to take key seats away from his own party members – and they all know it.

As there is no unifying factor (besides selfish self-aggrandizement) holding Kadima together as an incoherent movement, Netanyahu and Peretz will quietly make offers to the most potentially offended Kadima members in exchange for their support for the position of PM and coalition leader, and these guys will jump at the offer (I don’t believe they can jump parties right after the elections for legal reasons, but they can vote however they want).

Kadima will lose the vote for coalition leader and after the legally alloted time period the rats will return to the parties they abandoned and Kadima will be down to less than the 14 seats they are at today, and then disappear by the time the next election comes around.

Oh, and Marzel will get into the Knesset by the skin of his teeth. But he will get in.


Anonymous said...

your a cool site and your views actully make sence unlike other sites keep it up and send regards to my bro saadia hershkop

Anonymous said...

Lets pray for beautiful weather on election day. Kadema voters will skip out and go to the beach. The right, motivated to vote, will carry the day.

Rafael V. Rabinovich said...

I always sensed it: Kadima was merely a bubble. It was deemed to burst, sooner or later. They have no principals, no values, no ideology, nothing but the image of a man who lies on his deathbed, reduced to being a vegetable.

Shabat Shalom.

"bchol dor vador omdim aleinu lekaloteinu, veHaKadosh Baruch Hu Matzileinu Miyadam"

Related Posts with Thumbnails

Powered by WebAds
    Follow the Muqata on Twitter
      Follow JoeSettler on Twitter
      Add to favorites Set as Homepage

      Blog Archive

      Powered by WebAds