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Netanyahu's promises.

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Submitted by David Sternlight (United States), Mar 10, 2009 at 21:54

Netanyahu is a smart MIT graduate. If he had gone straight for a conservative coalition, the left would have fought him at every turn thereafter. Now he can build the coalition he promised, and if the left complains, he can say: "I offered you almost everything and you refused; now you have only yourself to blame."

It's just another case of the left shooting themselves in the foot.

David Sternlight, Ph.D.
Los Angeles

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