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Ben Hartman, Ben Hartman Photo, Ben Hartman Profil, Ben Hartman Biography. Ben Hartman now only a shell of that promise, Kadima must hope that enough people are terrified of a Likud victory that brings a coalition with Avigdor Lieberman, and will cast their fears about her experience and her party's pending police investigations aside and drop the right little white slip in the ballot box. The in-choice in the 2006 elections, the one driven by the ghost of Sharon, Kadima stared down a Likud Party that was nothing more than a swiftly sinking ship, and itself looked every bit a political force for years to come. Simply put, Kadima bears little resemblance to the party formed by Ariel Sharon in 2005.
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And did we mention that this is the party that gave us the double-billing travel expenses suspect Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Then there's former finance minister Avraham Hirschson, a man on trial for bilking hundreds of thousands of dollars from the ministry, in monthly payments of cash-filled envelopes. Further down you have compulsive subject of police investigations Tzahi Hanegbi, known in his younger days as a Likud prince and far-right activist. At #2 you have Worst-Transportation-Minister-Ever Shaul Mofaz, a man whose statements are so asinine and pointless he is rarely even quoted anymore. Livni, you can't deny that there's a serious drop-off in Kadima after our esteemed Foreign Minister. Or Housing Minister Lieberman, whose first act is to build a moat around Umm al-Fahm.

Sometimes I see
Ben Hartman the Justice Minister, trying to force through poll taxes and Hebrew- only literacy tests for the ballot boxes in future Israeli elections. Or there's Lieberman as Education Minister, teaching Israeli High School Civics classes that loyalty tests as a requirement of citizenship are essential to any functioning democracy. This is where the visions start of Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman banging his shoe a la Krushchev against the podium at the United Nations, crying out for Israel to bomb the Aswan Dam. In an election where truth has been stranger than fiction , no spectacle could be more bizarre than the meteoric rise of Avigdor Lieberman and his Yisrael Beiteinu party.