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The most effective way to get noticed, right-wing lawmakers have discovered, is to trigger the left into a public relations campaign against them. Countless right-wing bills have been proposed, but only an infinitesimal number have passed into law. Those that did were so gutted by the time they became law that they have not been enforced, usually because the final version negotiated by lawmakers during the legislative process was carefully constructed to ensure they could not be enforced.
The fact that his bill forbidding all filming of IDF soldiers had no hope of actually becoming the law of the land was the only reason Ilatov allowed himself to propose it in the first place.
Does the right-wing, pro-settlement Ilatov really want to stifle Jewish pro-settlement protesters? Besides, how would one even begin to enforce such a law? Cameras are everywhere, in every pocket, including in the pockets of some 3. These concerns are among the reasons Ilatov had already agreed to kill the bill by the time the NIF statement went out on June Approval by the committee gives a bill the support of the government, and thus in theory the backing of the majority coalition in the Knesset.
So yes, when the Ministerial Committee for Legislation votes to back a bill, its chances of passing into law in the Knesset increase dramatically. They heard, too, that there is already a law that seems to fit the problem Ilatov identified: It is illegal to obstruct a public servant in the lawful fulfillment of their official duties.
Those who do face a penalty of up to one year in prison. IDF soldiers are public servants, and so are currently protected by law against anyone obstructing them from lawfully carrying out their orders.
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It was wiped clean, its text replaced with a new proposal: This is important enough to reiterate: The bill that made it through the June 17 meeting of the cabinet committee no longer forbids filming IDF soldiers. That is, the bill explicitly does not forbid the filming of IDF soldiers, especially by those who are not actively clashing with them. Illustrative photo of Israeli soldiers on an arrest operation in the West Bank city of Hebron, June Meanwhile, a survey of judicial archives carried out by legal advisers ahead of the June 17 meeting discovered that no one has ever been so much as indicted — never mind sentenced — for the crime of obstructing IDF soldiers.
Even now, with the bill so thoroughly gutted as to be unrecognizable, it is not at all clear it can pass in the Knesset. And even after the right-wing coalition gutted the bill, its dead-on-arrival shell could only pass a sham preliminary ballot by a narrow three-vote margin.
No committee is scheduled to discuss it, and it is entirely missing from the plenum agenda through July 19, when the parliament shuts down for its summer recess.
Will the Knesset take it up again when it returns for the fall session in October? Will anyone even remember? Moti Yogev, second row center, gesturing during a Knesset debate on October 12, Why would the NIF issue such a dire warning about so meaningless an exercise, about an ostensibly right-wing bill that was expertly dismantled by right-wing ministers? Why would the organization claim falsely that the original proposal to outlaw filming IDF soldiers was all but assured passage into law?
Why would left-wing firebrand Gideon Levy decide to make his stand and flaunt his courageous commitment to principled civil disobedience over such a fake bill? Indeed, why would Ilatov propose such an unenforceable and undemocratic idea in the first place?
But in the end, they represented ably and authentically the edges of Israeli politics. El-Ad demanded an immediate Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank, an end to an occupation that he insisted would never stop being unphotogenic, no matter how many laws Ilatov tried to pass against photographing it. After the sex tape has been taken in by the police and viewed, they later find that it circulates the bank and local community, furthering Bill and Jess' embarrassment, particularly concerning Jess' offensive comments to Chip about Bill, their sex life and his penis size.
Jess fears the video could ruin her father's mayoral bid and tries to conceal the news of her affair and the video from him.
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Bill's brother Craig Bierko bails him out of jail, and Bill stays at the home of his brother and his husband Reed Diamond. He gets into a fight about the sex tape with his wife, and the two of them go to Chip's house. Chips makes rude comments to Jess, and Bill then beats up Chip again and it's once again broadcast by the local TV station, which labels Bill as Chip's "deranged fan.
Director of Bill Paxton's Final Film Gives Touching Tribute: 'I Lost a Big Brother'
Bill moves in with Sargeant Craig Bierkohis successful older brother. Sargeant's boyfriend Paul Reed Diamond encourages Bill to take up swimming, a former pastime of Bill's.Meet Bill deleted scenes(freaking hilarious)
He starts doing so and it helps clear his mind. He continues mentoring the Kid, who sees the best in Bill, and the Kid devises a plan to win back Bill's wife. Introducing the lingerie salesgirl Lucy Jessica Albahe makes it appear as if Lucy and Bill are romantically involved to make Jess jealous. Meanwhile, Bill is still trying to get the doughnut franchise, but Jess is required to meet with the owners as co-partner, and so Bill and the Kid have Lucy act as Bill's wife.
Bill slowly begins to get a hand on his life again, cutting his addiction to sweets, losing weight, swimming daily, mentoring the Kid, and trying to win back Jess. At a family dinner, Bill volunteers to buy the fireworks for the 'club picnic' where his father-in-law intends to announce that he is running for Mayor. After a fun-filled day, Bill invites the Kid, Lucy, and her friend back to the tent he has set up in his brother's back yard, where he gets very high and has meaningless sex with Lucy's friend.
Bill attends the picnic at the golf course. At the picnic, Bill gets too close to his wife and Chip, breaking Chip's restraining order. Chip then promptly has security throw him out of the picnic, which the Whitmans witness. Bill tells the Kid to meet him at the back entrance, and while driving his car to the back of the golf course, he gets into a car accident, causing the fireworks to explode early.
The Kid comes to his rescue on a golfing cart, takes Bill to the hospital, where Jess shows up, and tells her husband that she's aware of his attempt to purchase the franchise.
They end up discussing their marriage, where Bill reveals his unhappiness and his dislike of their dependence on her father's money and concludes "our lives suck. Seeing what his life has become, he cuts his hair which he despises throughout the film and changes his wardrobe.
He later visits Jacoby at his office and hands in his resignation, pointing out that he doesn't fit in or belong in the company. His father-in-law understands and accepts his resignation.