Obama’s lost senate seat is a victory for Netanyahu

Obama’s lost senate seat is a victory for Netanyahu

The Republican upset in the race for the U.S. Senate seat held for nearly half a century by liberal Edward M. Kennedy reflects a huge victory for opponents of U.S. President Barack Obama – and also for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Scott Brown defeated once-favored Martha Coakley for the Massachusetts seat even after U.S. President Barack Obama rushed to Boston on Sunday to try to save her candidacy.

Over the past nine months, Netanyahu has managed to curb pressure from Obama, who enjoys a Democratic majority in both houses of Congress. Now, however, Obama will be more dependent on the support of his Republican rivals, the supporters and friends of Netanyahu. [continued…]

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1 thought on “Obama’s lost senate seat is a victory for Netanyahu

  1. dmaak112

    It does not make a difference who was elected. Neither Democrats nor Republicans have a significant difference between them when it comes to Israel. What surprises me is the “concern” the pro-Israeli elements had about Obama. He has done nothing that W did not do before him. There is no American Mideast policy that can give any Arab or Muslim country hope.

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