Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Kadima--Opportunists United With a Russian Accent?

That's what it sounds like to me.

Arkady Gaydamak is maneuvering to collect disgruntled Knesset Members and have them join his political party. He estimates that at least eighteen will be happy to sit in his pocket. Hat tip IMRA

Gaydamak has found a way to get into the government through the backdoor.
Now, what does he really stand for, besides his personal fortune?


Hadassa DeYoung said...

Off the top of my head I'd say that he stands largely for pluralism, which is not what we want "leading" Israel.

Batya said...

Could be. I think he'll say anything to get elected, which is one and the same.