14 August 2008

When both sides are right

I agree with both sides of this dialog wholeheartedly.

Barak did not limit his tongue lashing to Livni, and went on to criticize the entire Kadima Party, saying that Kadima was "disposable, a party that is a refugee camp," which has offered nothing but the leftovers of the 2005 Disengagement from Gaza, the Second Lebanon War and a string of embarrassing corruption scandals in which its heads have been implicated.

Kadima Party sources hit back Wednesday to ongoing criticism by Defense Minister Ehud Barak, saying that the Labor Party chairman was a hysterical man suffering from exhaustion and heading a party on the verge of bankruptcy.
Now what?