THE DOG AND THE TAIL - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • WANDERLEY
    • 03.05.13 | 18:36 (IDT)

    Time passes, life goes on. Bibi is in favor of a two-state solution. Obama will attack Iran - but, only and perhaps, after the elections. The red line moves forward. One day will be green or blue. Bibi Obama presses. "Let’s go (want to say, you guys) attack Ira! A Syria, as an aperitif." Obama says, "OK. But not now. It is too early. Neither took the breakfast. Draw Let this red line over there. Meanwhile, come see my new pump." Time passes, time flies, the world turns. And the tail continues, in vain, trying to wag the dog. But the dog still with all four paws on the floor, worried about their own problems, which are not few. Staring in the direction of China and thinkin: “Give a break, Bibi”.

    from the article: Hagel to Israel: Military option will be considered after Iranian elections
    First published 11:54 03.05.13 | Last updated 11:54 03.05.13
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