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Netanyahu as the Israel PM

Reader comment on item: Netanyahu as Prime Minister - Déjà Vu?

Submitted by Isaac (United States), Mar 11, 2009 at 09:35

Several questions arise with Netanyahu as PM. The first is he able to be strong enough to put Israel's security first. is He going to allow Obama to Influence his decisions rather than the putting Israel first. Can push his Ego aside and deal with a clear reality that Israel is the only one that cares about Israel.

Obama is stuck on dealing with the Arabs thru dialogue thru one sided compromise with the Arabs. He is too liberal to be nationalistic and fails to see that the Arabs do not want peaceful co existence because they would lose their control and power over their people. It seems the problems in the world are rooted in Egotism ,Greed and no one really cares about their fellow man.

In so far as Netanyahu's promises, if he becomes Israel's PM let us be real. These are very rarely kept in any way because once in office another reality sets in. Any person who becomes a nations leader has to deal with numerous parameters before he can even contemplate fulfilling a campaign promise and these promises are trying to sway people to vote for them and most times that is where it stops. BiBi must stop any double talk and show that he is the man for the job and the past is just that, the past.


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