Not Joe, the other one. It's very hard to argue with this, from Uri Savir, who thinks that Avigdor Lieberman has no feeling for democracy:
The good thing about Liberman is that he never hides his views; he says what he means. The dangerous thing is that he actually means what he says. If he could, he would outlaw much of the left-leaning civil society, as he attempted in his party's legislative efforts. He is racist toward Arabs, as exemplified by hundreds of statements and by the legislation attempt on - "no loyalty, no citizenship." He threatened to bomb the Aswan Dam in Egypt (2001) and to depose Mahmoud Abbas (2012). These are his real aspirations and now, if elected, he can pursue them.
The new Likud Beytenu alliance has turned these elections from a referendum on policies to one on the very nature of our socio-political system. A Netanyahu-Liberman victory would endanger our very democratic and Jewish nature, isolate us regionally and move the clock forward on a binational state which would be boycotted the world over.