Today's J. Post cartoon

Well, the results are in, and Yair Lapid's brand spanking new Yesh Atid party has clocked in at 19 mandates. History indicates that he should enjoy his popularity while it lasts: Israeli "fad" parties tend to have a brief shelf life. (Shinui went from 6 to 15 to 0; Gil, the Pensioners' Party, went from 0 to 7 and back to 0; the Democratic Movement for Change, or Dash, one-upped them by going from 0 to 15 and back to 0, lasting than three years; Tzomet went from 2 to 8 to 3 to 0; and Kadima was born in sin with 17, was officially elected to 29, then went from 28 to its current 2.) Coincidentally, Shinui was led by Yosef "Tommy" Lapid--Yair's father. Foreshadowing? Time will tell.
UPDATE: Ho hum, another LBd'O reposting. I'm blasé (French for "blazzy").

Drawn using:
No. 2 pencil (sketch)
Black 0.4 mm pilot pen
Black 0.5 mm roller-tip pen
Serif PhotoPlus Starter Edition

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