The article claimed that Obama had "two achievements in one week - the huge healthcare reform and the long overdue START treaty with Russia - his scorecard is no longer empty. Apparently, yes he can. As Netanyahu takes his place at his own Seder table in Jerusalem, he might do well to remember that." Sorry Natahsa, but passing healtcare is hardly a plus for Obama and the Democrats -- he is more unpopular than ever, health care reform is more unpopular since it passed, and the Democrats are on a path to huge losses in November. The all important "right track/wrong track" question shows that at least 60% of voters think the country is headed in the wrong direction, which portends disaster for the democrats in the next election. Right now Bibi is in much better political shape than Obama.
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