Who Disappeared First?
When a new bill was introduced in the Israel Knesset to prohibit the sale of chametz on Pesach in order to replace the old one that only prohibited displaying a chametz product in public, it aroused the anger of a prominent opponent of religious legislation.
Knesset Member Ofer Paz-Pines of the Labor Party announced that he would present a counter-bill that would annul the chametz law and permit the sale of bread on Pesach.
Before he ever got around to this provocation, Paz-Pines resigned from the Knesset and quit politics.
Which just goes to show that anti-religious politicians come and go, but the values of Israel are forever.