Analysis: Voting via ‘kombinot’

Lapid and Livni might find encouragement in New England’s defeat.

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January 22, 2013 03:16
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Livni, Netanyahu and Yacimovich.

party leaders netanyahu livni yacimovich 311. (photo credit: Marc Israel Sellem)

 
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When the New England Patriots faced off Sunday night in an American football playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens, with the winner gaining a ticket to the championship Super Bowl, the outcome – at least according to the pundits – was a foregone conclusion.

Everyone said New England – with one of the best quarterbacks ever to step foot on a gridiron, and one of the best coaches ever to march up and down the sidelines – would win handily.



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