There's a price to pay in staying up late at night watching Letterman as I did on Monday when he had President Obama and Tuesday when he had President Clinton. It's always welcoming to have some comic relief with the current political impasse, but you're absolutely tired the next day, let me tell you. I'm not particularly worried of President Obama's approach with the upcoming talks and commitment to the Middle East peace process because he comes across, as Hillary Clinton and Dennis Ross, being strait-laced (having or showing very strict moral attitudes) in adhering to the diplomatic obligations of the Road Map, supported by U.N. resolutions as a backup, and I don't see them wavering from these characteristics on behalf of global peace. Can't say the same for Netanyahyu.
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