Where are Bush and Clinton (the man)? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ilan
    • 25.03.10 | 11:30 (IST)

    I never trusted Obama from the first day that I heard his full name and/or the countries he lived in (eg, Kenya, Indonesia). His eloquent speeches and good looks do not make him a better friend of Israel - Bush was 10 times better and so was Clinton (the man). They certainly don't charm Netanyahu, who seems/feels further isolated by Obama's rebukes and ultimatums, and I agree that he needs to stay strong and unbending to proceed with Israel's ongoing policy of building in Jerusalem.

    from the article: Netanyahu leaves U.S. disgraced, isolated and weaker
    First published 03:20 25.03.10 | Last updated 12:46 25.03.10
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