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  • Quote of the Day 2

    Posted by Jonathan on October 31st, 2011 (All posts by )

    Caroline Glick:

    Do you believe a stronger leader than Netanyahu is needed for such a change to occur?
    A big problem throughout the Western world, not only in Israel, is that due in large part to the intellectual terror of the left there is a huge leadership crisis. People who actually have the strength of their convictions, the character and moral fiber to stand up for their country, are being marginalized. As a result, the people who end up getting through the vetting process of the elite tend to be without strong convictions. This is the real problem. And the answer I found is that the way to have strong leaders is to have strong people. We have to do the hard work the public demands of leadership and then I believe the leaders we need will emerge or the leaders we have will be strengthened.


    4 Responses to “Quote of the Day 2”

    1. Michael Kennedy Says:

      I think Netanyahu is as strong as the israelis are likely to find

    2. Whitehall Says:

      I sorely wish we had a candidate in the Republican primary as strong as Bibi.

    3. Jonathan Says:

      Netanyahu may be the best they can get now but I think he is seriously flawed. Someone once compared him to Gingrich and I think that comparison is apt. His triangulation also reminds me of Clinton. He is intelligent and extremely articulate but has not been particularly principled as prime minister.

    4. Tatyana Says:

      The latest story with exchange of 1027 lawfully, by court due process- incarcerated terrorists for one Israeli soldier left me seriously disappointed in Natanyahu.