Emanuel Shahaf’s latest piece is a true eye opener. The utter glee he has at the idea that Bibi and Lieberman were castrated by the Obama administration is absolutely revolting. ‘Yes!’ his piece declares, ‘The United States will govern our actions! Obama is the real leader of Israel and that is finally clear to our leaders.’–Excuse me: ‘Leaders.’– After all, “Obama and Egyptian President Mursi, just talking,  are much more powerful than the IDF with all its guns blazing.” With this Emanuel Shahaf has shown his true colors as a true ghetto Jew.  (I hope I never criticize another fellow blogger like this again, but I’m actually swallowing my rage)

I believe something happened behind closed doors; something Netanyahu clearly won’t share with the public; but whatever it was, it is clear that the future will be a tug-of-war between Obama and Bibi.

I don’t know how true the claims are that Obama threatened Netanyahu to prevent him from going forward into Gaza. I believe something happened behind closed doors; something Netanyahu clearly won’t share with the public; but whatever it was, it is clear that the future will be a tug-of-war between Obama and Bibi. That is why this election is so critical. The people of Israel must give Benyamin Netanyahu as much strength as possible to do what is best for Israel.

This might be by strengthening the right through parties like Habayit Hayehudi headed by Naftali Bennet, but be aware that every politician will look out for his own political gain. Therefore, what might be the result is a Bibi who cannot do what needs to be done because of political dealing with other party leaders. Voting for Likud-Beytenu in this particular election is the most effective way of rallying behind our leader in this time of crisis.

“Why Bibi?” you ask, “he’s not done enough this term. A more right-wing leader would really stand up to Obama. A more left wing leader would care more about social justice. There are so many other choices that would be better.” I’m sorry, but saying that is merely indicative of an amnesia rivaling the American voters who voted Obama back into office.

  • Netanyahu has had a growing economy whilst the world’s economy has gone to pieces.
  • Netanyahu had the cellular phone companies in Israel suddenly wake up and pay attention to their customers.
  • Netanyahu has stood up to Obama multiple times. Must we be reminded that he explicitly told Obama that he cannot return Israel to the ’67 armistace lines? Must we be reminded that while Obama derided Israel’s concerns about Iranian nuclear weapons that Benyamin Netanyahu was making clear how much of a threat Iranian nuclear weapons could be?

Throughout Bib’s term he’s made it clear that Iran was foremost on his mind, yet he didn’t stop that from improving Israel’s standing in the world.Besides for his improvement to the Israeli economy, it was under his watch that Israel was brought into the OECD and Israel was given an executive seat in the UNDP (United Nations Development Program). I know of no other candidate who can claim to have done half as much.

saying that is merely indicative of an amnesia rivaling the American voters who voted Obama back into office.

Let’s be clear: Yes, I am shilling for Bibi, but only because nobody has reached his shoes in their accomplishments. And even though I will not be able to make actions out of my words this coming election, I believe in a stronger Israel. Bibi is the man who can, who has, done that. It is time to make sure he can do more in the future. (Like stop Iran)