He said, She said (Part II)

Politicians demonstrate their verbal abilities. Uncensored.

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March 9, 2006 12:50
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He said, She said (Part II)

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For He said, She said Part I, click here Concern "I'm worried." Likud leader Binyamin Netanyahu after meeting with Olmert as part of the mandatory briefings given by the head of the government to the head of the opposition. "I had no idea a horse's kick could have such an effect." Labor MK Matan Vilna'i, shocked by MK Effi Eitam's behavior. Totalitarianism "Kadima is like Mussolini's party." Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin fearing the future. Diet "If there is no sugar, they can make jam." Deputy Interior Minister Ruhama Avraham, after the price of sugar in Gaza jumped to NIS 6 per kilogram. Invasion of privacy "It's personal and I don't want to discuss it." Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni on her new hobby in life - playing the drums. Drawing parallels "His situation is serious but stable, the same as the condition of the nation." PM adviser Ra'anan Gissin marks Ariel Sharon's birthday. "The Likud is acting like Esau, who returned from committing horrible crimes and then pretended to be pious before Isaac to win his blessings." NRP/NU MK Nissan Slomiansky comments on the Likud's attempts to win votes from religious-Zionists. Membership "The process of Reform conversion is like the process of getting accepted into a country club." Shas Chairman Eli Yishai jibes. Vision "Kosher food will be served here one day." MK Effi Eitam during a tour of Tel Aviv pubs. Copyright "The Kadima copying machine is working overtime." Labor Chairman Amir Peretz. Camaraderie "Mizrahi is a left-wing agent who leaks information. He should have been out of the force ages ago." Internal Security Minister Gideon Ezra demonstrates unequivocal loyalty towards his subordinate, Israel Police Cmdr. Moshe Mizrahi. Sources: Jerusalem Post daily, Yedioth Aharonoth, Maariv Compiled by Shani Rosenfelder

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