Class warfare in the U.S. and Israel
Netanyahu never won more than a quarter of the vote, and the 75 percent who reject him are the 47 percent who reject Romney. Both groups are incorrigible, they cannot be persuaded, for Netanyahu they are lost, as his friend from America explained in despair to their common donors.
They work together because they were meant for each other: Republican Party presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have been good friends since the good old days in America. Both belong to a percentile that looks down on the other 99 percent from a Darwinian point of view. Sometimes, in private, they say what is on their minds.