Remember how good things were supposed to be after disengagement? According to the left, after those &$%#@ Jews were kicked out of their homes things were going to be great.
Those of us opposed to disengagement knew better, but were dismissed as alarmist. A quick look at some of the news headlines today shows that we "orange people" were right. (Orange was the official color of Gush Katif and was used in ribbons on cars and bracelets that many of us still wear.)
Haaretz reports on the latest kidnapping in Gaza, this time of two foreigners working in a private school.
Ynet describes the how Defense Minister has warned of a new Gaza terror wave. It seems that instead of kissing babies before their elections, they want to ....well, let's just say that they are not praying for our babies' health (they should live and be well, bli ayin hara).
This, of course, is in addition to the kassam rockets which fell near a power plant in Ashkelon and in an army base south of Ashkelon yesterday.
How do you say "I told you so" in Yiddish? I'm tired of saying it in English.