It is the best of times and worst of times for political commentary: Nearly everything has instantly become crystal clear.
There is still no reason to feel calm. As opposed to the army's promises that there will be a war, the prime minister said that in his estimation Israel is not near a war with Syria.
Barak and Ayalon's only position that we can therefore examine is whether they will join a government headed by Ehud Olmert. Even these local heroes of imaginary political science fiction will have to be exposed on that after June 12.
Little is reported about the link between the media and government. After all, the professionals, in part, are connected themselves.