A Vote For the Religious Parties is a Vote For Kadima

Jameel says it all here. Right now the Likud and Kadima are neck and neck, and voting for the small religious parties may tip the balance away from the Likud.

Vote with your head, and not with your heart.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Bruce Epstein
    Feb 10, 2009 @ 14:18:23

    I voted with my head – for Ichud Leumi. A vote for Likud is a vote for Kadima, since Bibi has said many times that he wants a national unity government. After his promotion of Dan Meridor an d Uzi Dayan and his treatment of Feiglin, it is obvious that Bibi is a disaster for the right. I don’t want to be party to another disengagement, so I am voting for a strong Ichud Leumi. If Bibi’s actions and words have cost him votes, I am not running to his rescue.

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