Obama is Clueless - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Gianni
    • 04.01.10 | 15:00 (IST)

    Obama tries to shoehorn agreements like he pushed through the healthcare bill. It doesn't matter to him what are the costs or consequences. Thankfully, his power will end in three years, and his influence will erode next November, when his base erodes in the House and Senate. The Israeli leadership should follow Leiberman's lead and tell Obama where to stick his Peace Deal. Israel will be around long after Obama, whose sub-50 percent approval rating makes his more and more meaningless with each passing day. Besides, he's more focused now on Arab terror harming the US, something the Israelis have to live with for decades (way before Gaza, way before '67 War).

    from the article: Netanyahu: Change in the air over Israel-Palestinian peace talks
    First published 01:58 04.01.10 | Last updated 18:16 04.01.10
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