Sunday, March 29, 2015

Surprisingly, Caroline Glick Sees a Light at the End of the Tunnel That Isn't an Oncoming Train (or Nuke)

I love Caroline Glick, but you have to admit that most the time she's a huge Devorah Downer. That's why I was so surprised--and I have to say pleased--to read her optimist summary of Israel's plight at what can only be described as a very dark time:
Our current situation is unpleasant. But it isn’t the end of the world. We aren’t helpless. If we act wisely, we can stem Iran’s nuclear and regional advance. If we act boldly, we can preserve our alliance with the US while adopting a policy toward the Palestinians that for the first time in decades will advance our interests and our liberal values on the world stage.
Halevai, as my late Bubbie would have said.

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