"...even these 'experts' must understand that Netanyahu's reception in Congress was an impressive demonstration of the strong bond between the people of America and the people of Israel." It was nothing of the kind. The majority of Americans, including a large majority of American Jews (myself included), have already been proven to support Obama's stance: http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3868823,00.html Bibi's reception in Congress was merely an impressive demonstration of the strong bond between US Senators and the Likud lobby, whom they are terrified to oppose for fear of being attacked as "anti-Israel" by our Republican-owned media. It's like Senators agreeing with Joe McCarthy in the 1950s. They didn't really agree with McCarthy; they just said they did so he wouldn't call them "anti-American," which then could lead to a blacklist. Most Americans who genuinely agree with Bibi now genuinely agreed with McCarthy then. And what does that tell you?
Assailant behind Ashkelon stabbing attack succumbs to wounds (Haaretz)
from the article: Netanyahu had the courage to stand up to Obama
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