Bibi – The Real Deal

How cool is Bibi Netanyahu?

Seriously, how cool is this guy?

Cool. Way cool.

I mean, how cool is it, that when everybody thought a deal for Shalit was around the corner,

Bibi was working on the Real Deal?

Seriously, how cool is it, that when we thought that in just a few days we’d see Gilad hugging his parents,

Bibi was counting the days to the disintegration of Kadima?

I mean, just how cool is it, that when Gilad was getting slapped around in his cell (I hope that’s the worst he ever had to deal with),

Bibi decided it was time to slap Tzipi Livni around?

Tell me – just how cool is it, that when Aviva and Noam Shalit had to feel guilty once again for closing their eyes in bed when their son was still lying somewhere in Gaza,

That Bibi didn’t even have to blink twice before offering ministerial scrap metal to Kadima back-benchers?

You got to agree: How cool is it, that when Shalit was again given some unidentified slab of material on a plate his captors called “lunch”,

Bibi was looking at the Kadima list of MK’s and just couldn’t decide what to order?

Isn’t it cool, that when Gilad Shalit woke up and scratched day #1,280 on his cell wall,

Bibi was scratching his forehead, pretending that the Shalit deal was the most difficult decision he ever had to make?

And just how cool is it, that when Gilad heard, from the bit of Arabic he must have picked up, that he might be swapped for hundreds of Palestinian prisoners,

Bibi was thinking of a different kind of swap with Livni: “You give me 14 Kadima members, and I’ll give you Silvan Shalom”?

Wow. That is one cool prime minister we got here. Ice running through the veins.

5 Responses to “Bibi – The Real Deal”

  1. 1 Danny
    December 25, 2009 at 17:01

    You may be right–it is ice in his veins that allows him to keep “changing the subject”. I view him differently, though. He is simply incapable of making the hard decisions. Was it really necessary for all those meetings of the Seven until a counter offer was made to Hamas?
    Again, just another stalling tactic. It is the lack of decisions that allows Bibi to hold on to the premiership and he simply does not have the courage to do the right thing because it may endanger him politically.

  2. 3 Shelly
    December 25, 2009 at 19:19

    Think you should change the title of your post to “How Cruel is this Prime Minister.”

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