“As we have seen in North Korea, the longer we ignore a threat, the worse that threat becomes.”
“We hope these journalists will become good ambassadors for Israel.”
Cross your fingers
“The question is not if that move happens, but only when.”
“Israelis and Palestinians can make a deal.”
You’d think he was in Russia
“It’s not your territory. It’s part of the West Bank.”
“After a while, it simply became our working assumption that we were being spied on.”
“We received a direct message — not an indirect message and not a hint — from the United States.”
Mainstream media: Katie who?
“I’d like to talk to you how we can ensure that Iran’s aggression does not go unanswered.”
“This conference is among the last twitches of yesterday’s world.”
Obama “would have Israel’s back so he could stab them in the back.”
Remember when interfering in elections was cool, or something?
Peace process failure? It’s Bibi’s fault.
Irony: Russia bids for honest-broker status.
“Our aim is to strengthen the bloc, rather than any one party, [and] in tandem weaken Netanyahu and his right wing parties.”
“This agreement is good for both sides.”
Off the leash
Sorry, but I’m washing my hair that night
“They are not willing to sit quietly with Iran on brink of a nuclear or atomic bomb.”
Nosy Rosie in the White House
“We have to keep the relationship on a bipartisan footing.”
Unpopular in some circles
Turn out the lights … the party may not be starting.
Trust and disillusionment.
“”They’ve been given their yellowcake and can eat it too.”
“A demonstration of hypocrisy.”
“…it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so.”
No sale for Corker?
Mission accomplished, champ.
In case you missed it … I won.
Gloom and doom
Stages of grief.
Free markets are just fine, even when mistakes happen.
Liberty > democracy
“Chinese people are increasingly ignoring party propaganda and are much more interested in movie stars…”