Tuesday, August 7, 2007

What does the Likud stand for?

I'm not a Feiglin fan, but I don't see how his opinions are any further from Likud ideology than Limor's or Bibi's.

What is the anti-Feiglin camp basing their case on? Could I have missed something important while away in New York?

Or is their major complaint the fact that he's gathering support?


Anonymous said...

Or is their major complaint the fact that he's gathering support?

There, I suspect, you've hit the nail on the head.


Batya said...

Some hammer.

APRPEH said...

For me it's nothing personal. I have read quite a bit of the MY material and in general there is much to like. I just can't see Feiglin on an international stage at that level.

As far as what the Likud stands for? The better question is what separates Labor/Likud/Kadima?

Sheer Insanity

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Hashem Yirachem

Batya said...

Good points.
I keep saying that the Likud shouldn't allow back the politicians who left for Kadima.

Esser Agaroth said...

B"H Regarding both this Likud post and your "Jordan is Palestine" post, I find it interesting that the Likud's platform talked about Eretz Yisrael being on both sides of the Jordan River. Does it still? I'm afraid that conflict with your (& Rav MK Benny Elon's and others) "Jordan is Palestine" idea. Although, it's still not a bad temporary idea. I wish the Likud would make up it's mind already.

Batya said...

I don't think the Likud has a strong stand in anything.
Bibi had visited Shiloh, when I was in the states. It doesn't seem like he said anything of any importance.