"I intend to vote the hell out of this election. I intend to vote us the hell out of the occupation. I intend to kick Netanyahu in his kitsch and his slime and his cowardice and the way he'll hold on to the leather chair until we the people pry it from his cold, dead hands. (…) Over two terms, we've had seven long, dark years to get to know Benjamin Netanyahu as a leader. We have learned that he will do anything and everything to stay in power. Including nothing. Especially nothing. He had his chance. He could have done anything he wanted. In May, emerging from mourning his father's death, he forged an overnight deal that gave him a landmark 94-vote majority in the 120-seat Knesset. He could have made history. He could have made peace."
Bradley Burston in seinem Blog-Eintrag "If you're in Israel today, vote as if your life depended on it. It does" (22. Januar) zu den Wahlen in Israel