I don't normally make a practice of interjecting my opinion on other Countries' internal politics. I really don't care for foreigners sticking their noses in ours, either.
However, since we do have a special relationship with Israel, and my tax dollars go directly to them, I feel that an exception is warranted in this case.
posted on 07/30/2008 1:36:24 PM PDT
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I think I have every right to interject my opinion, insofar as I don’t make ignorant, uninformed, statements. Every citizen of every other country seems to habitually bloviate about mine.
However, I don’t know who would make a good PM for Israel. I like Bibi. He seems smart, competent, and conservative. I also know he fell into the pali-kissing habit when he was PM and that he’s a flawed candidate.
I don’t know who could be Israel’s savior now. I rather suspect it is much as it is here — there is no political savior on the horizon, but better a McCain than an Obama.
I think we all need a savior, but not one who is of this world.
posted on 07/30/2008 2:42:03 PM PDT
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