Here's another article
noting how the "Zionist Camp" failed with their campaign:
In an attempt to revive a moribund campaign, the Zionist Camp has hired Reuven Adler to be its chief strategist, just over a month ahead of the March 17 Knesset elections.
The hiring of Adler, a former strategist for Kadima who has worked with Tzipi Livni and the late Ariel Sharon, is an additional sign of disarray within the Zionist Camp campaign. Zionist Camp officials told Israel Hayom that the heads of the campaign have completely failed in their management of the operation. The campaign is also riven with internal conflicts. In recent days, campaign manager Eitan Levin, of the Peer Levin PR firm, sent out a scathing e-mail in which he accused "internal enemies" of "spreading lies, leaks, slander and rumors."
This only further confirms that their campaign isn't having the impact they hoped it would. And employing somebody who once worked for traitors as a current campaign manager isn't an encouraging sign either.
Labels: Israel, Knesset, Moonbattery, political corruption