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Nobodylikes to Hear Millionaires Complain About Their Problems

By Gldmeier @gldmeier
On the same day that Forbes listed Benjamin Netanyahu as the third wealthiest politician in Israel with assets to the tune of 50 million shekels, only behind Nir Barkat and Alona Bareket... Netanyahu is complaining about not being allowed to raise funds for his defense and there is no way he can handle the large expense of defending himself...
לאדם פרטי אין יכולת להתמודד מול הוצאות כבירות כאלה, ולראש הממשלה לא מאפשרים לגייס סיוע כפי שנתנו לחברי כנסת כמו צחי הנגבי וראשי ממשלה כמו אריאל שרון pic.twitter.com/TPM9zUCjSy — Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) February 24, 2019

I always wondered why somebody worth millions needed to get presents of jackets and cigars and champagne from other people and why he could not spend a little bit of his own money... 
If the money is coming to him and this is something the State needs to pay for, that is fine. He has a right to that, if the law says so. If the Supreme Court overturns this decision, that is fine and I have no complaints, but in the meantime with the State decision to not fund it or allow him to fund-raise for it, it is a bit disgraceful for somebody worth so much to complain about these types of things...
It is like the free agency crisis in baseball now. All the analysts keep mentioning that nobody (ie the fans) likes to hear millionaires complain about their problems about not being able to sign even bigger contracts.... nobody really wants to hear this millionaire claim he cant get funding...
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