Crying all the way to the bank
The exit of Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer is a sad day for Zionism. He's also getting out while the going is good.
It's a sad story, really. If a professor of economics has the good fortune to attain the most desirable job in our country - with all the respect and prestige it entails – but then returns to the United States, what does that ultimately say about us? What does it say about the Zionist dream?