A president but not an ATM
The commitment to Israel's security won't change fundamentally, but some nuances might. We'll still have a friend in the White House, but not an ATM that operates according to Netanyahu's vision. The danger doesn't lie with Barack Obama in his second term, but with Bibi.
If I were Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, I'd immediately appoint a small and discreet team to prepare a plan to rehabilitate relations with Barack Obama. Because even the president of the United States is a human being, and he has every reason to be suspicious of Netanyahu, who worked with billionaire Sheldon Adelson in an attempt to get Mitt Romney elected.