by Bradley Burston
Netanyahu must set red lines on his malice toward Obama. And soon.
If deadlines are in order, Netanyahu might consider his upcoming U.S. visit as an opportune moment to shut down entirely the verbal centrifuges he has set spinning in attacks on the president.
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Of late, the many faceted Benjamin Netanyahu seems to have found a new task for himself: Playing an unaccented Henry Kissinger to Mitt Romney's far more lustrous, far more philo-Semitic version of Richard Nixon.