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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Glenn Beck interviews Binyamin Netanyahu

Glenn Beck interviews Binyamin Netanyahu on Beck's show. This is from November 2006. Netanyahu is being sworn in as Prime Minister of Israel today, Tuesday. Bibi's on the top of his game as usual. So is Beck. Make sure to watch to the end to see Netanyahu's last answer - about whether Iran should be engaged.

Let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: Power Line).


At 8:48 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

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At 8:51 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Bibi got off to a good start tonight by mentioning the threat posed by Iran and preserving Israel's economy. Those are the twin challenges Israel faces at a difficult time in the international environment. He was repeatedly interrupted by opposition MKs led by Labor bimbette Shelly Yechomovitch, which was disrespectful and rude - there is a time and place for disagreement but not during an inaugural ceremony. The Left revealed for Israelis its puerile infantilism and inability to accept that an incoming government has a viewpoint it does not agree with. No one says they have to agree but an opposition on its best behavior would have been a credit to Israel.

At 6:16 AM, Blogger LB said...

Of course the left cannot accept a viewpoint other than its own - that is their starting point.

However, one of the things they were yelling was counting the number of seats. 30 Ministers? Really? Not only is that a waste of taxpayer money, but it also inhibits the performance of Knesset committees, seeing as all the MKs will be doing nothing in their fancy new offices.

Also - http://joesettler.blogspot.com/2009/04/haaretz-poll-54-of-public-dissatisfied.html

I have some hope, with Steinitz up there, and maybe Lieberman will stop Israel from acting like a victim when talking to the world. But Bibi is first and foremost a politician...

At 8:31 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

That was a poll taken by Haaretz so take it with a grain of salt. And I don't think Jameel at The Muqata buys it, but that's another story. Its quite fascinating that Kadima, a party without an ideology has now discovered principles. And they say Israeli politics are an exercise in suspended belief!



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