It is an obligation to participate in creating the Knesset, as the halacha says (SA OC 150:1):
כופים ... זה את זה לבנות ... הכנסת
[People] should force one another to build ... the Knesset.
Today the Knesset is "built" on our votes.
So we see that we must vote, the question now is who to vote for?
Please provide sources that "specifically mention"* a candidate or party running in the current Knesset elections as someone either worth voting for or who should not be voted for.**
* Sources can be Biblical, Talmudic, or Halachic, but the mention must be Purim Torah -- based on a pun or misunderstanding of the quote. I specifically do not want any real modern-day rabbis saying who to vote for in this election. The candidate/party can be identified either by name or by a defining characteristic.
** It shouldn't just be any "mention" of the candidate's name, but rather specifically something related to voting or a position of power, etc.
Obviously this is not the final stand on who to vote for, as always, consult your rabbi.
This question is Purim Torah and is not intended to be taken completely seriously. See the Purim Torah policy.
Please leave your personal politics out of this.
Note that we are not telling you who to vote for in this question. For some real Torah-based opinions on what to take into account when voting, see the following questions:
- Voting for Jews in elections
- Voting on "Who's good for the Jews?"
- Voting for a person that will not uphold Torah values
(This question is a copy of my question from a few years ago about the US elections.)