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Well, I must admit that Tzipi Livni would make an attractive looking Israeli PM and watching her dance on TV the other night, she looks to have a groove thang that must surely be unique in that region!

But, on reflection, she’s a liberal, politically useless, and I want to see some of that much vaunted hope and change.

So fingers crossed that Bibi wins the Israeli election being helf today and that the becomes the next PM. What is needed is a resolute right of liberal government that punishes Islamic terrorists and asserts Israeli power. I know it is going to be tough for Netanyahu since Obama is not going to sympathetic but I believe he is still the better candidate. Kadima are appeasers, so they must be removed from power. It’s time for Likud.

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18 thoughts on “BIBI OR LIVNI?

  1. I reckon they will elect Zippy to be Prime Minister. This a great idea, we in the UK have already elected Bungle as our PM and that’s worked brilliantly, so that leaves George as the only major Rainbow character to not have a country to govern.

  2. David:

    "What is needed is a resolute right of liberal government that punishes Islamic terrorists and asserts Israeli power."

    Yes, we’ve seen the carnage that leads to. Be careful what you wish for.

  3. that punishes Islamic terrorists and asserts Israeli power

    Is that not what we’ve just seen in Gaza?

  4. She’s hardly a traditional liberal. Bibi will play to the right as he has before. I suspect in the present climate he’ll win.

  5. She’s hardly a traditional liberal. Bibi will play to the right as he has before. I suspect in the present climate he’ll win.

    I depends on the real mood of the Israelis. This election should provide an indication of just that.

  6. Alison:

    "Obama looks more like Zippy Ross."

    And who pray tell is Zippy Ross? Jonathan’s less unzipped brother?

  7. "I would enquire as to whom the Geoffrey figure is in this scenario?

    Tony Blair!"

    I was hoping to find a Palestinian figure called ‘Jafri’ but there don’t appear to be any, sadly.

  8. I feel sorry for the Israeli people in this election they have a choice of voting for the daughter of terrorists, a right winger who openly celebrated one of the most deadly terrorist attack ever perpetrated in the middle east,a racist fascist Russian thug and and a highly decorated assassin Oh the moral dilemma of it all..

  9. I don’t think it much matters who wins this election.

    Their behaviour will be dictated from Washington, thankfully.

    Bibi, should he win, will be well neutered by DC.

  10. Pinky – if that were the case they wouldn’t be pursuing the settlements, which is contrary to Washington’s alleged "dictates".

  11. Pinky – if that were the case they wouldn’t be pursuing the settlements, which is contrary to Washington’s alleged "dictates".

    Valid point Mahons- but haven’t you heard- the times they are achanging 🙂

  12. Pinky – not in the direction you’ve suggested. Frankly in "a Nixon to China" moment it probably would take a conservative Israeli PM to give up the settlement policy.

  13. The absent power of a comma Irish Barry..what can I say 😉

    (although I do now want to call Ross – Zippy Ross)

  14. >>if that were the case they wouldn’t be pursuing the settlements, which is contrary to Washington’s alleged "dictates".<<

    Washington has only ever paid lip-service to such a policy. It could have stopped settlement building years ago, but as Israel knew all it had to fear was a bit of tut-tutting with an American accent, it continued to build and expand, and the Dollars kept flowing in.

    Israel was in fact always most active in settlement building when Washington was staging "peace" negotiatons.

  15. Noel – Well you had better hope that the peace negotiations continue, as the Arabs haven’t achieved their aims through war.

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