Well, they started sharpening them while the fighting was still going on, but now they're out. It's time to play the blame game. National Infrastucture Minister, Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, has laid the blame squarly on the shoulders of Chief of Staff Dan Chalutz. Ben-Eliezer commented on Army Radio this morning, that Chalutz was the best Head of the Air Force ever, but he thought he could win this one without using any ground forces. So, it's all his fault, neener, neener.
It seems we get the leadership we deserve. And the leadership we deserve is missing the phrase "Personal Accountability" in its dictionary. Me? I'm missing "Tact", but that's nothing new.
Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael