Remembering Olmert’s true record

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Last week's reports that during Operation Cast Lead Israel bombed truck convoys in Sudan transporting medium-ranged Fajr-3 missiles to Gaza from Iran couldn't have come at a better time for outgoing Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Even as defense officials were following standard practice of neither confirming nor denying the reports, Olmert was bragging like a teenage boy.

In an address at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya last Thursday Olmert crowed, "We are operating in every area in which terrorist infrastructures can be struck. We are operating in locations near and far and attack in a way that strengthens and increases deterrence. It is true in the north and in the south. There is no point in elaborating. Everyone can use their imagination. Whoever needs to know, knows."

Unfortunately, Olmert's bravado doesn't stand up to even the flimsiest scrutiny. What about the weapons smugglers along the Philadelphi corridor? More than Sudan, Philadelphi – Gaza's international border with Egypt – is the choke point of weapons transfers from Iran to Gaza. And along that border, during his three years and two months in office, Olmert has failed to even temporarily cut off the flow of Iranian arms entering Gaza. Throughout his tenure as prime minister, Israel never once launched a sustained operation aimed at blocking Hamas, Fatah and their sister organizations in Gaza from transporting ever more lethal weapons systems into the area through its border with Egypt.

THIS WEEK EHUD OLMERT will finally leave office. Ironically, the cause for his early departure from power – the multiple criminal probes being conducted against him – has nothing to do with his actual performance as prime minister. That is, the failures that brought him down were not his failures in office, but his private failings which predated his rise to power.

Israel's political memory is notoriously short. In the space of a few short years, politicians' past failures in office are frequently forgotten by their parties and the public. Consequently, Olmert can easily assume that if he is able to fend off the multiple felony indictments awaiting him on his return to private life, he many one day soon return to lead us.

It is due first and foremost to the prospect of Olmert one day returning to politics that it is critical to consider his actual record of service as prime minister. Only by understanding what he has done over the past three years and two months can we ensure that he will be properly remembered for what he is: the worst prime minister Israel has experienced to date. Only by recognizing his tenure in office as an unmitigated disaster for the country will we be able to avert the danger that he may one day return to office.

Olmert's failure to stop weapons smuggling into Gaza at the Philadelphi corridor and his attempt to obfuscate this failure by exaggerating the strategic significance of the reported IAF strikes in Sudan are his stock in trade. Olmert, as the only prime minister to have led the country in two wars in one term of office, does not hesitate to use force to project an image of fearless manliness to the public. And as the only prime minister to have led Israel to defeat in war – and indeed, in his case, in two wars – Olmert is the only prime minister to have wielded the sword with utter strategic incompetence.

OLMERT ENTERED office in January 2006 pledged to unilaterally surrender Judea, Samaria and large areas of Jerusalem to the Fatah terrorist organization. Olmert was both politically and ideologically committed to the Left's belief that wars are unwinnable and consequently enemies need to be appeased rather than defeated.

In light of his political predisposition, both Lebanese and Palestinian aggression presented Olmert with a difficult political challenge. In both Lebanon and Gaza, Israel had previously adopted his strategy of preemptive appeasement by unilaterally surrendering territory to its enemies. Hizbullah's and Fatah/Hamas's post-surrender aggression exposed Olmert's political platform as both wrongheaded and dangerous.

Beyond the political embarrassment Olmert suffered in the wake of both Hizbullah's 2006 aggression and Gaza's post-withdrawal transformation into an Iranian-controlled jihadist hub, he had to contend with the public outcry against their unprovoked and unrelenting attacks. In both July 2006 and in December 2008, the public demanded that Olmert defend the country by using force to defeat our enemies. Yet even in the face of the public outcry, Olmert remained ideologically committed to the belief that war is inherently futile.

Olmert's ideologically driven political and strategic mind-sets caused him to prosecute both wars as little more than mindless, violent engagements with enemy forces. In Lebanon, IDF units were sent into tactical battles that lacked any operational objectives.

The strategic aims that Olmert announced at various stages of the war in Lebanon – first to defeat Hizbullah and, later on, to "send Hizbullah a message" – were strategically illogical since they lacked any connection to the manner in which IDF forces were deployed. Absent an order to conquer southern Lebanon and defeat Hizbullah as a fighting force, the IDF could not hope to defeat Hizbullah.

Given Hizbullah's commitment to Israel's destruction and its complete subservience to Iran, there is no way for Israel to deter the group. As a result, the only "message" Israel conveyed was one of military incompetence and ideological weakness.

Although the public responded to Olmert's performance in outrage, for Olmert the outcome of the war in Lebanon was the best of all possible worlds. By failing to accomplish any strategic objectives through fighting, Olmert was able to continue to argue for preemptive appeasement in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem as well as on the Golan Heights.

Olmert brushed aside the public's demand for his resignation by emptily, arrogantly and repeatedly pledging to correct his own mistakes. But of course, given his political and ideological blinders, he was incapable and unwilling to do so.

The IDF's improved tactical performance in Gaza two years later showed that to the extent it was able, it did learn from its mistakes in Lebanon. In contrast, Olmert's strategic leadership of Operation Cast Lead demonstrated that he remained committed to the same wrongheaded and dangerous strategic outlook with which he had led the country to ignominious defeat in Lebanon.

DIPLOMATIC ACTIVITIES UNDER Olmert were motivated by the same ideological dictates as its military engagements. Consequently, their results were equally disastrous.

By any objective measure, Israel's greatest diplomatic challenge for the past three years and two months has been to build an international consensus around the need to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. And yet, contending with Iran was nowhere near the top of our diplomatic agenda under Olmert. Indeed, Olmert and his deputy and successor as leader of the Kadima party outgoing Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni never developed any coherent position on Iran at all.

Instead of concentrating diplomatic efforts on convincing the nations of the world to prevent Iran from acquiring the means to destroy the Jewish state and to dominate the region and the oil economy, Olmert concentrated his diplomatic efforts on strengthening the Fatah terrorist organization against the Hamas terrorist organization.

This goal – which is the central component of Olmert's appeasement-based mind-set – required him to lead his colleagues and subordinates in ignoring certain basic facts about Fatah. Israel needed to ignore the fact that Fatah rejects its right to exist and openly calls for its destruction. Israel needed to ignore Fatah's continued direct involvement in terror attacks against it and its complicity with and support for Hamas and Islamic Jihad attacks. Israel had to ignore Fatah&#39
;s cozy ties with Hizbullah, Syria and Iran and the leadership role Fatah occupies in the international diplomatic offensive and political war against the Jewish state.

Due to Olmert's willingness to turn a blind eye to Fatah's belligerence, the effect of his diplomatic efforts has been the legitimization not only of Fatah but of all of Fatah's allies and supporters. That is, the effect has been to legitimize all of our enemies and encourage them to maintain and expand their campaigns on every front.

In the case of Fatah for instance, by refusing for three years and two months to confront it on its involvement in terror, Olmert paved the way for its current campaign to prosecute IDF soldiers as war criminals in international tribunals. Moreover, due to Olmert's refusal to acknowledge Fatah's lead role in terrorism, he paved the way for the current state of affairs where Fatah forces are now being trained and armed by the US military.

BY DESTROYING the IDF's international reputation as a world-class fighting force by twice committing it to war and twice refusing to allow it to fight to victory, and by transforming the Foreign Ministry into a mouthpiece for Fatah and the PLO while ordering it to ignore Iran, Olmert wrecked Israel's reputation as a steady and reliable strategic ally in Washington. Moreover, he weakened its supporters both in the US capital and throughout the world by effectively accepting the lie that Israel itself is responsible for the radicalization of the Arab and Islamic worlds and that only by cutting it down to size will the West be able to moderate the behavior of jihadists from Teheran to Karachi to Baghdad to London.

Olmert's massive incompetence has had another victim: the country's social fabric. Not only has his studied inability to defend the country attenuated many Israelis' faith in the state's ability to defend them, Olmert's refusal to countenance the public's demand that he resign after the war in Lebanon and his insistent postwar attempts to give away Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem to Fatah while wrecking the strategic alliance with the US have sown confusion and discord. This discord has led to a deepening of social and political fissures at a time when – due to the rising Iranian threat which he studiously ignored, and the steady delegitimization of Israel's right to exist that he engendered – we need to be united as never before.

To sum up then, Olmert's ideological and political commitment to appeasement, his personal arrogance and his contempt for his countrymen have made his tenure an unrelenting and unmitigated disaster for the country. Today, rather than acknowledge his failure, Olmert is using the disclosure of IAF attacks in Sudan as yet a new way to obfuscate the fact that for three years and two months he has failed to adequately protect the state.

It is in light of this that it is imperative that the public understand his record. For in the final analysis, it is not simply our ability to ensure that Olmert never returns to lead us that stands in the balance. Our wherewithal to survive with the strategic wreckage he has laid before us depends on our capacity to understand and remember the dimensions of Olmert's incompetence.

Originally published in The Jerusalem Post.

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  • Ron Grandinetti, USA 03/31/2009 at 1:17

    Caroline I know you would have preferred to write a positive eulogy for Olmerts departure.
    Unfortunately you report the truth and the truth hurts however, if we are smart we can learn from our mistakes.
    Under the circumstance Israel cannot afford to not finish a task she under takes against her enemies who are many.
    As pointed out it was evident in the Lebanon conflict and again most recently in Gaza.
    Like in sports, you can’t let up when you are beating your opponent; once you do you provide them their second wind to come back at you.
    We are witnessing this in Gaza. Not only is Hamas regrouping, they will be the benefactors of foreign aid.
    Caroline, Israel has to be united and not give into any outside pressure. Israel cannot allow herself to be the sacrificial lamb to appease any Arab group.
    I call on all American Jews to stand up and be counted. Support Israel, please.

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  • Marcel Cousineau 03/31/2009 at 1:47

    Olmert’s memorable attack on the Jews of Amona should be at the top of the list.
    This was his only victory in war.
    How is it that he was never arrested and tried for this brutal crime against fellow Israeli’s.
    http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2006/02/day-black-riders-came-to-amona.html

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  • David Custis Kimball 03/31/2009 at 3:51

    The failure of every war, especially by the USA, is that as soon as we hurt them, the media cries Uncle Sammy give me my mammy. We turn foe to faux friend and give them money to be good. Look at Korea (how many troops are still there; look to Germany (oh those bases are so convenient to pick up Wienerschnitzel), and Vietnam (oops sorry, no oil there … oh yea, I forgot…. we lost). Iraq (victory… oh, but don’t take away the weapon caches… and those elite Revo. Guard can’t wait to hear the stories).
    It has been the companies like ITT, who have invented roadside bomb detectors, and other companies that have protected us… (our politicians would not want to hurt our future allies … plus they know where the treasure is buried…. oh, hello Sadaam…. you lost the treasure didn’t you?)
    So Israel, our greatest ally, who looks up to us for our support and reasoned justice… just a journey down the yellow brick road … if I only had a heart….
    And Israel does…. do not be fooled by the rest of the world: confused, spoiled… and/or foolish.
    Be safe, strong, and brave.

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  • Marc Handelsman, USA 03/31/2009 at 4:45

    Due to Prime Minister Olmert’s incompetence, Israel is being unfairly pressured by the EU to foolishly agree to a two-state failure with the Arabs. The Kadima Party has weakened Israel diplomatically, strategically and militarily. Prime Minister Netanyahu will begin his premiership from a weakened position because Mr. Olmert placed politics ahead of national strategic interests. A true statesman should leave his country in better shape than when he began his tenure. And Mr. Netanyahu will inherit a colossal mess left by Mr. Olmert and the disgraced Kadima Party.

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  • Scott 03/31/2009 at 6:50

    As for Ehud Olmert,Caroline,I would quote the words of Senator Charles Sumner about Roger Taney,the Chief Justice of the United States:”His name will be hooted down the pages of history…”

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  • Marcel Cousineau 03/31/2009 at 13:08

    Woe to them that go down to Egypt for help; and stay on horses, and trust in chariots, because they are many; and in horsemen, because they are very strong; but they look not unto the Holy One of Israel, neither seek the LORD!
    Isaiah 31:1
    Whenver God says WOE it’s serious and it’s bad,very bad.
    Israel has a long history of running to false hopes instead of seeking the One who established Israel and I do not mean the United Useless Nations.
    Israel continues to hold tightly to the hand which leads her to the Aushwitz borders of war and destruction and not peace,putting up minimal resistance.
    Fear and faithlessness have blossomed and once again the Jews are an easy prey.
    Will Israel’s new Prime Minister prove to be a foolish idol worshiper again ?
    (from debka.com)
    To lend wings to Obama’s outreach to the Muslims, White House circles Monday, March 30, leaked word that his team took a hand in persuading Israel to accept a ceasefire which cut short its anti-Hamas operation in Gaza in January. The radical Islamist terrorists had to be spared from total defeat by Israel and their leaders from capture otherwise Assad, as their backer, would be restrained from resuming peace talks with Israel for some time.
    The ceasefire gave Assad enough political room to continue the negotiations without losing credibility in the Arab world.
    Seymour Hersh of The New Yorker wrote in its coming issue: A major change in American policy toward Syria is clearly under way.
    “The return of the Golan Heights is part of a broader strategy for peace in the Middle East that includes countering Iran’s influence… Syria is a strategic linchpin for dealing with Iran and the Palestinian issue
    (from johnmcternan.name/)
    Obama is going to London for the G-20 meeting. He then is going to various countries including on April 7, in Turkey and the next day in Saudi Arabia. Israeli news sources are stating that Obama is going to make a policy speech in Turkey about Israel and the Palestinians. The sources are stating that Obama is going to come down hard on Israel and make a change in US policy toward Israel. If this is so, expect awesome judgments next week. I will watch this closely as so far the White House has not indicated there will be a major policy speech about Israel during this trip. Obama sharpens tone on Israel, calls for two-state solution and Israel’s incoming, outgoing PMs gloss over growing rift with Washington
    Also, Americans are buying guns and ammo at incredible rates. It started when Obama was elected, and continues unabated to today. This is a bad sign because it means there is a lot of fear in the public. With Obama taking us down the road to Fascism; the economic meltdown and an incredibly armed public, this is a recipe for civil war. Events are moving so rapidly now, that I think all this could come to a head by Fall.

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  • Timothy Kriete FOR ISRAEL GENESIS 12:1-3 AMEN 03/31/2009 at 15:18

    Dear Caroline My Precious Sister FOR ZION’S SAKE
    FOREVER MORE AMEN; STAY STRONG BABY GIRL And
    Please NEVER EVER Stop Sounding The Shofar AMEN.
    I Wish I Could Disagree With You But So Far I
    AGREE WITH YOU TOTALLY FOR MANY YEARS NOW AND
    COUNTING. Fear NOT Baby Girl, THE GOD OF JACOB
    IS ON THE THRONE IN HEAVEN FOREVER MORE And The
    HOLY ONE OF ISRAEL SHALL NEVER ALLOW IRAN OR
    ANY OTHER DUMBASSES IN THE INTERNATIONAL
    CRIMINAL COMMUNITY To Dream Of Afflicting Israel
    And The Jewish People World Wide Without PAYING
    A HEAVY PRICE, IN BLOOD AND IN TREASURE AMEN!!!
    Appeasement IS FOR FOOLS, The Jihadists ONLY
    UNDERSTAND 1 THING, THE SWORD AGAINST THEM
    WITHOUT MERCY AMEN! Anyone Can Say What They
    Wish, At Least The Jihadists World Wide Did
    Have A Certain Amount Of FEAR Of President Bush
    ALTHOUGH SADLY HE DID FOOLISHLY WAIVER IN FULLY
    SUPPORTING WITHOUT CONDITIONS AS THE WORD OF GOD
    CLEARLY STATES IN GENESIS 12:1-3 AMEN WE MUST
    LOVE AND SUPPORT ISRAEL AND THE LORD GOD OF
    ISRAEL!!! THE USA IS STILL PAYING THE PRICE
    FOR IT, The LORD God Of Jacob Always JUDGES
    NATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS In Accordance With HIS
    RIGHTEOUS WILL, The God Of Jacob SHALL NEVER
    EVER ASK THE UNITED NOTHING (U.N.), E.U., OR
    ANY NATION INCLUDING THE U.S.A. What Should
    Happen AMEN SIS??? I Love The USA, I LOVE
    ISRAEL MUCH MORE, I AM LOYAL TO BOTH And I Am
    Greatly HEART-BROKEN But NOT Distressed By The
    FOOLS In All Nations Whom See Appeasement Of The
    Enemies Of Israel As The Answer To Their Woes!!!
    ANY ROCK WITH LIPS KNOWS THE JIHADISTS SEE ACTS
    OF KINDNESS AND MERCY AS ACTS OF WEAKNESS THUS
    THY ARE EMBOLDENED BY BILLIARY CLINTON AND THE
    GLOBALISTS FOOLS IN ALL NATIONS, Boo If You Want
    THE WORD OF GOD IS FOREVER MORE TRUE, AND A
    LIGHT UNTO OUR FEET, AND A LAMP UNTO OUR PATH
    AS IT IS WRITTEN PSALM 119:105. I Pray BIBI
    Tells EVERY NATION THIS: “Israel Says To You ALL
    KISS OUR ASSES AND LEAVE ISRAEL ALONE, WE THE
    NATION ISRAEL SHALL SURVIVE AND FLORISH WHEN
    THE GOD OF JACOB JUDGES YOU ALL FOR YOUR SINS!”
    That Would Not Be Tactful Or Politically Correct
    BUT WHO GIVES A RAT’S ASS ABOUT THAT SIS AMEN???
    Can Someone Please Tell Me What Is A “Arab/
    Muslim Moderate”??? I DECLARE NO SUCH THING
    HAS EVER EXISTED AND SHALL NEVER EXIST! THE SO-
    CALLED “MODERATES” ARE MERELY SITTING BACK LYING
    SAYING WHAT ABU MAZEN HAS BEEN SAYING LIKE HIS
    BOYFRIEND YASSER ARARAT SAID In “English”, They
    ALL Say The Same Thing, “We Want Peace=HUDNA”
    IN ARABIC THEY REPEATEDLY HAVE CALLED FOR THE
    DESTRUCTION OF ISRAEL AND “ALL INFIDELS”, I Am
    Thinking ALL DUMBASS NATIONS REALLY SHOULD GET
    A CLUE AND DO THIS: Ask The LORD God Of JACOB
    To Send A HEBREW Scribe ANNOITED BY THE HOLY
    SPIRIT OF JEHOVAH EL SHADDAI TO READ THE HAND-
    WRITING ON THE WALLS AS DANIEL DID TO THE FOOLS
    IN BABYLON CENTURIES AGO!!! Only A ROCK WITH
    LIPS AND FOOL WOULD PLOT EVIL AGAINST THE LORD
    OUR GOD’S CHOSEN PEOPLE ISRAEL WORLD WIDE AND
    BELIEVE THAT JEHOVAH EL SHADDAI WOULD NOT SEND
    THE HOUNDS OF HELL AGAINST THE FOOLS FOR THE
    GLORY OF JEHOVAH EL SHADDAI’S NAME SAKE AMEN???
    The LORD God Of Jacob=ISRAEL THE APPLE OF THE
    LORD’S EYES Would NOT Allow ANY NATION OR PEOPLE
    To Do Evil (The LORD Did Create Us All With
    Free Will BUT THERE ARE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES
    FOR DEFYING THE LORD GOD OF ALL FLESH (JEREMIAH
    32:26-27 AMEN), I Truly Wish I Could Say I Am
    Shocked Or Amazed By The GLOBALIST FOOLS IN ALL
    NATIONS TRYING TO “FIX” The World Economy, All
    They Need To Do Is READ GENESIS 12:1-3 And Then
    Ask Themselves This Question: IS THIS A WARNING
    TO ALL NATIONS, TRIBES, TONGUES, PEOPLES WHOM
    COME AGAINST THE APPLE OF JEHOVAH EL SHADDAI’S
    EYES??? COULD THIS BE AN ETERNAL WARNING TO
    ALL WHOM ARE AFFLICTED WITH CHRONIC DUMBASS???
    DID THE LORD GOD OF ALL FLESH WANT US ALL TO
    TAKE HIM SERIOUSLY IN THIS CRYSTAL CLEAR
    WARNING BECAUSE THE LORD GOD OF JACOB’S NAME
    IS NEVER TO BE DEFILED OR CHALLENGED BY EITHER
    JEW OR ESPECIALLY GENTILES WHOM DO NOT A SALT
    COVENANT WITH THE CREATOR OF THE EARTH, THE
    HEAVENS, AND THE FULLNESS THEREOF, THE LORD
    GOD OF JACOB’S GLORIOUS AGAPE’ LOVING RIGHTEOUS
    NAME AMEN??? A NO BRAINER AMEN CAROLINE??? 🙂
    I DAILY TRULY Pray For ALL People Including
    THE GLOBALIST FOOLS To Repent And Serve The God
    Of Jacob LEAST GREATER JUDGEMENTS COME UPON THE
    NATIONS AND PEOPLES WHOSE GOD IS NOT THE LORD!!!
    STAY STRONG Baby Girl, Thy Servant And Brother
    For Zion’s Sake (ISAIAH 53-63 AMEN) Tim :):):)
    Numbers 6:24-27,Habakkuk 2:1-3,Proverbs 3 AMEN!

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  • Timothy Kriete FOR ISRAEL GENESIS 12:1-3 AMEN 03/31/2009 at 15:21

    I ACTUALLY PRAY SOMEONE GIVES OLMERT AND ZIPORA
    A SWIFT KICK IN THE ASS ON THEIR WAY OUT OF THE
    ISRAELI GOVERNMENT BUT OF COURSE THAT WOULD NOT
    BE “POLITICALLY CORRECT OR TACTFUL” AMEN SIS???
    “I Love You ALL And You Can’t Do Anything About
    It” Quote From Pastor Joy L. Thornton :):):)

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  • Pops in Vienna 03/31/2009 at 21:34

    Capt. Glick,
    It would be interesting if the Bible was still being written in our time. I would enjoy reading a 20th and 21st century version of the Book of Kings, where the kings of Judea and Israel are assessed.
    I suspect King Olmert would be one of the bad ones, who ate food sacrificed to idols and disobeyed G-d.
    As in ancient times, the subjects of these bad kings paid the ultimate price. Probably in this round of history there won’t be any being sold into slavery or exile to a foreign land. I fear the price will be complete extermination.
    Let’s hope Bibi is a good king and it’s not too late to turn this around. If there are any prophets in the land of Israel, please pay Bibi a call.

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  • Chanoch Ne'eman 03/31/2009 at 22:49

    What I really did not like about PM Olmert’s diplomatic activities, was that they were always “secret-secret”. He goes flying around the world making deals no one knows about. I think that Israeli PM’s should learn already, that since Ben Gurion decided himself to do the Suez deal in ’56 with the French and English, all these secret deals turn out to be wash-outs. This State is not the plaything of any PM. If you can’t talk about a policy openly, it is probably stupid.

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  • Ken Besig 04/01/2009 at 15:50

    I must vehemently disagree with your characterization of the Ehud Olmert government as being the worst in the history of Israel. While I agree with you that Olmert, Livni, and Peretz did a truly lousy job and mismanaged and lost the Second Lebanon War, the title of the worst, most incompetent, most dangerous, and least effective government in the history of Israel has to go to the Ehud Barak/Labor/Shas government which led us into and failed to fight the Second Oslo War. For pure inability to lead, for almost total lack of policy, for catastrophically awful decision making, and for abandoning the security of the citizens of Israel, Ehud Barak stands alone and was truly outstanding.
    That said, Ehud Olmert was no success story, and in a strange sort of way, the crimes he is accused of rather mimic the underhanded and dishonest way he ran his government. Here we have the scion of one of the wealthiest and most prestigious families in Israel who is so petty and mean that he double and triple bills Jewish charitable organizations for his travel expenses as Prime Minister. I still maintain that this particular almost trivial offense is the true measure of Ehud Olmert as a man, a leader, and as a politician. Since he has no principles or convictions he never stood for anything nor could he ever be accused of failing to honor his committments. For Olmert, and Livni, it was all about political expedience and personal glory, and Israel be damned.
    But no matter how bad a job Ehud Olmert did politically, he at least let the IDF, however inconsistently and indifferently, try to defend us from our enemies, Ehud Barak on the other hand practically let our enemies slaughter us with impunity.

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  • Scott 04/03/2009 at 16:35

    And who is Bibi kissing up to?Ehud Barak!

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