A strong charismatic ex-general such as Yitzhak Rabin or Ehud Barak would have wiped the floor with Netanyahu in Tuesday’s vote.
In recent months he’s gone from Superman to SuperSchlemiel, from political wizard to serial bungler, as he was known before he first lost power.
For us it's all in the family, but most of the world sees a brash Israeli leader backed by a powerful lobby and a casino magnate's billions, thumbing his nose at the president.
Venture capitalist Erel Margalit decries the PM’s bleak address to Congress and his talk of a Gog and Magog war with Iran.
Golden boy Bibi delivered the goods for his campaign and for the Republicans, leaving behind embittered Democrats, a fuming White House and no change on Iran.
The PM describes his address to Congress as crucial, but Susan Rice seems to think it’s just sound bites.
'Iran and its nuclear program won’t be stopped by speeches but by deeds,' says Zionist Union's candidate for defense minister Amos Yadlin.
Watch AIPAC conference live; Samantha Power says 'U.S. will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. Period.'
The pro-Israel lobby tried to pretend that bipartisan business is as usual, until Dianne Feinstein dispelled the Kumbaya atmosphere.
Zealous supporters of Netanyahu are stoking the right’s resentment of the National Security Adviser who called the prime minister’s visit 'destructive.'