'Being PM in Israel is the hardest job in the world... No wonder no one lasts here'

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This is your chance to voice your opinion. We've chosen a controversial / interesting entry that appeared on our site (talkback, blog, etc...) and we want to know what you have to say about it. TODAY'S HOT POTATO: Taken from article: Olmert, a dignified end Talkback #: 22 Talkbacker: Israel, Israel Text: Being prime minister in Israel is the hardest job in the world. Harder than being the US president or CEO of an international business company with a nasty board, harder than being the mayor of New York City or commander of US forces in Iraq. So it's no wonder no one lasts here. Contrary to common belief, Olmert was a good PM, he ran the country rather well and orchestrated many changes, some of which cannot be told (i.e. - strike in Syria). Yes, he had failures but who didn't? This job cannot come without failures. What do you think? The ball is in your court now. Click here to respond