The ‘Zionist Camp” party, headed by Yitzchak Herzog and Tzipi Livni, invited high school students to a pub to discuss politics.
That sounds a like great way to win over the younger generation. Buy them some booze, let them get a bit giddy and serve them a dish of anti-Netanyahu poison.
Wait. Isn’t there a law against serving alcohol to anyone under the age of 18?
The Zionist Camp issued a statement that the event was an initiative by a local party representative and has been “dealt with.”
Fair enough. It can happen. Some local cheerleader comes up with a brilliantly stupid idea. You can’t blame the whole party for that.
But what would have been the reaction if it had been a Likud local loony who dreamed up the idea of inviting high school students to a pub to hear political propaganda?
It would have been all over the media, not only in Israel but also in the United States.
The whisper in local media on the Zionist Camp goof says everything that has to be said about the media campaign against Netanyahu.