Well, today's the day
Today is election day in Israel. I've already cast my vote. Yes, I voted for Likud, and the voting card for them is "Mahal" (in Hebrew, it reads like this: מחל)
There's no way of telling how this will turn out. I realize that. Will it be the right or the left that gets elected? Will Olmert get any votes? I don't know, and you can be sure that no one else can be sure of that either.
The large parties are rightfully worried about low voter turnout. Benjamin Netanyahu is going to be visiting twelve polling stations and Likud branches across the country today.
I'm hoping for the best, and I'm sure plenty of other people reading this are too. By ten o'clock this morning, ten percent had come out to vote. Despite what the Israeli MSM is trying to say, that is a lot of people, considering the time period of day.
So here goes, and tonight, we'll see what the results are to be.