Bibi in a Blowout!!

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  1. carpro

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    http://therightscoop.com/boom-netanyahu-win-over-herzog-not-even-close/


    All of the polling and exit poll data have showed a very close race between Netanyahu’s Likud party and Herzog’s Zionist Union party. It’s been said that it’s too close to call all night based on exit polling data, that it is neck and neck. Most Israeli outlets showed both Likud and Zionist Union winning around 27 seats each. But the actual election results show a very different story, it’s a blowout for Likud!

    It’s not even close.

    And what’s more, Likud is more dominant than it was last time. In the last elections, Likud had partnered up with Lieberman’s Israel Beiteinu Party on the ballot and together they got 31 seats. In tonight’s election, again with 90% of votes counted, Likud by itself has 30 seats.

    Amazing.

    If this is what happens when Obama meddles in Israeli elections, I’m sure Netanyahu will have no complaints!
     
  2. kyredneck

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    He had to go all in or nothing with a frantic last ditch lurch to the far right to pull it out. He made some promises that he will probably recant with a coalition government. He's just as much a liar now as before.
     
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    Wonder who said that???

    How could they have been so wrong?

    Blinded by hate, perhaps? :love2:
     
  4. church mouse guy

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    Look for Obama and Holder to call for a recount and send Rev. Sharpton over there.
     
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    :laugh::laugh::laugh:
     
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    good....maybe they will sterilize him:thumbsup::smilewinkgrin:
     
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    Why would you say such a thing? Because you hate me?

    I passed along some wrong info too soon, that's all. Besides, I'm not sure just how 'big' Bibi won yet. His intent was to make his coalition government, which is yet to be finalized, stronger. I'm reading he'll have to renege/recant on some promises before he'll be able to form a government.
     
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    Bibi’s Fear-Mongering Worked With Israeli Voters

    "Much of Tuesday’s Israeli election result may be up in the air, but one thing seems clear: Benjamin Netanyahu’s shrill warnings about ‘the left’ and ‘Arabs’ won him a big comeback.

    TEL AVIV — (6:37 p.m. ET).....In the end, playing to the basest impulses of the right worked. From electoral polls predicting his Likud Party would win between 20 and 24 seats, Netanyahu seems to have emerged with 28 seats. He did it by offering the Israeli equivalent of Lyndon Johnson’s classic story about Southern elections only being won by yelling “n-----, n-----, n-----.” Netanyahu mobilized the right by warning about “the left” and “the Arabs.” He also did it by cannibalizing the rest of the right. Natural allies like Naftali Bennett’s Bayit Yehudi and Avigdor Lieberman’s Yisrael Beiteinu both suffered as a result. Today the right is smaller than it was two years ago, even if Netanyahu is stronger than he appeared two weeks ago. One hopes that he will emerge from this near-death experience more humble, less demagogic, more willing to listen, and more willing to reach out, but one doubts it.

    .....On a day that began in infamy, with Israel’s prime minister warning his supporters about “Arabs” swarming the polls, in the end Israeli Arabs did vote proudly, freely, constructively. ....."
     
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    How Much Does Netanyahu's Big Win Really Matter?

    "....It is a sweeping, unambiguous victory for Netanyahu, who is now certain to be the next prime minister. The question is what sort of coalition he will put together. As Elliott Abrams notes, Netanyahu can either form a national-unity government of Labor and Likud, or seek another coalition of center-right and religious parties. But his last right-wing coalition fall apart in December because of friction with the leader of the Yesh Atid party (Yair Lapid) and that party dropped from 19 to 11 seats in the new Knesset, so Yesh Atid is almost certainly out. That makes the other centrist party, Moshe Kahlon’s Kulanu, one to watch, but that right-wing-coalition possibility, of Likud, Kulanu, and the religious parties, will be quite beholden to the religious parties. That could generate a lot of opposition against the coalition within Israel a time that Israel faces historic challenges — challenges perhaps best met with a unity government....."

    Wow, imagine that, the possibility that the religious parties could bring about the destruction of the Dome of the Rock, building of the Third Temple, usher in the rise of the Antichrist and the Great Tribulation and the deaths of 2 out of every 3 Jews..... THIS IS BIBLE PROPHECY HAPPENING RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES FOLKS!!!
     
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    It seems that Obama's endorsement of Labor Party leader Isaac Herzog was the Knesset of death.
     
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    ???? I know you won't because you can't, but you want to clarify what you mean by connecting Herzog with the 'Knesset of death'?

    That one escapes me.
     
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    "kiss of death"....knesset of death.....

    Maybe this was the play on words?
     
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    ...ohhhh, I get it, sometimes I'm slow with things like that, thanx....
     
  14. carpro

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    I don't hate you. I feel sorry for you.

    Your hatred for Jews is something I'm not used too. I've heard of it. Just haven't come in contact with it much until you outed yourself.

    Can't decide what's behind it, but it's there.
     
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    'Pathetic' obnoxious little man is all that is required to do what you do.

    I've felt sorry for you all along.
     
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    Ky...... I will remind you that he served. that is all!!!:wavey:
     
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    Kyredneck- A recent exchange between us led me to believe that your opinion about Israel was purely political. Given most of your recent posts on the subject, I wonder if it is more personal than that.

    I am not saying that you have an antisemitic bent, but that is how you increasingly appear as of late.

    I mean no insult.
     
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    Pinpoint the posts you're referring to. We'll talk about it. Precisely which ones would cause you to suspect I've 'an antisemitic bent'.
     
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    While you're at it, try to find even one of my posts that even comes close to the hate, and sometimes outright lies, that is spewed daily on this board towards, Obama, Muslims, Democrats, Catholics, etc., etc.
     
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    KYR, I'm on your side on this. I think the worst thing you ever said was "Likudnik".

    I probably am not on your side about ole' Waht'shisyayhoo, in general. He promised no Palestinian state, he didn't make that many concessions, he won, and his party picked up four seats.

    I'm more upset that U.S. money was used to swing that election.
     

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