Netanyahu to be Israel's next Prime Minister

"News of a Netanyahu premiership will be greeted by disappointment in Washington" read the caption under Netanyahu's photo in the London Times, so I added in my comment "but will be greeted with relief in Israel!"   My comment, as of yet, did not appear. Probably too politically incorrect.  Since then The Times however, changed the caption to "Binyamin Netanyahu said Iran constitutes the greatest threat ever faced by Israel "

The Jerusalem Post leads with the headline Peres tasks Netanyahu with forming new government , but immediately under:  Iran has enough uranium to make bomb. The writing is not only on the wall, but everywhere. Except perhaps for Zipi Livni.  She announced that she had no intention of joining a broad coalition under Netanyahu.

Isn't Zipi Livni at least a bit concerned that we might just be running out of time with Iran and that maybe that is more crucial than her not getting her chance at the premiership this time around?  Has she read Amil Imani's piece in the American Thinker the other day? Amil Imani wrote: "An urgent warning to the people of the world: stop the Islamic Republic nuclear program now, or face eradication from the face of the earth and I am not in any mood to make you laugh. " 

In the first chapter of  Their Finest Hour  titled  The National Coalition, Winston  Churchill wrote: "It is probably easier to form a Cabinet, especially a Coalition Cabinet, in the heat of battle than in quiet times. The sense of duty dominates all else, and personal claims recede".     

Why is Zipi Livni opting out of participating in the most crucial decisions ever to be made in Israeli   history?

"News of a Netanyahu premiership will be greeted by disappointment in Washington" read the caption under Netanyahu's photo in the London Times, so I added in my comment "but will be greeted with relief in Israel!"   My comment, as of yet, did not appear. Probably too politically incorrect.  Since then The Times however, changed the caption to "Binyamin Netanyahu said Iran constitutes the greatest threat ever faced by Israel "

The Jerusalem Post leads with the headline Peres tasks Netanyahu with forming new government , but immediately under:  Iran has enough uranium to make bomb. The writing is not only on the wall, but everywhere. Except perhaps for Zipi Livni.  She announced that she had no intention of joining a broad coalition under Netanyahu.

Isn't Zipi Livni at least a bit concerned that we might just be running out of time with Iran and that maybe that is more crucial than her not getting her chance at the premiership this time around?  Has she read Amil Imani's piece in the American Thinker the other day? Amil Imani wrote: "An urgent warning to the people of the world: stop the Islamic Republic nuclear program now, or face eradication from the face of the earth and I am not in any mood to make you laugh. " 

In the first chapter of  Their Finest Hour  titled  The National Coalition, Winston  Churchill wrote: "It is probably easier to form a Cabinet, especially a Coalition Cabinet, in the heat of battle than in quiet times. The sense of duty dominates all else, and personal claims recede".     

Why is Zipi Livni opting out of participating in the most crucial decisions ever to be made in Israeli   history?