There ia a well known story involving the famed Kovno Rov, HaGa'on R' Yitzchok Elchonon Spektor.
When R' Yitzchok Elchonon was a young married man, he was supported by his father in law. As his name slowly spread as an emerging posek, he was offered numerous jobs to become a Rov of a town, which he continuously turned down. Eventually, in desperation, the Kovno kehilla asked him why he was refusing their offer. R' Yitzchok Elchonon explained that as his f-i-l was supporting him, he felt it unsuitable to assume a job as Rov. Not to be outdone, the leaders of the kovno kehilla turned to his father in law, and asked him if he is bothered if his son in law leaves for kovno. With his f-i-l's bracha, R' yitzchok elchonon left the small town where he was, and set out to kovno. Yet as the wagon started out on the way, a pair of horseriders came chasing with an urgent message - R' yitzchok elchonon's father in law was no longer alive.
One can never know who is really supporting who. To everyone it amy have looked like that his father in law was supportng him, but in reality the opposite was true. His father in law was only alive in his zechus.
With all this fuss over amsallem, and lapid, and their various cronies, we are forgetting one important point. The chareidim are supporting the chiloinim, not the other way round.
When the brisker rov was told that the satmar rebbe had said that the israeli victory was due to ma'aseh soton, he famously answered that they have a zechus for allowing yeshiva bochurim to learn. Because any victory, or economic succes in e"y is only because of the learners.
If they draft isralei's into the army, they will npo longer win any wars - despite the larger army. If they stop supporting yeshivois, the national debt will only grow, and the econmy will stagnate.
It is important for us to remember this basic hashkapha.