In amongst the many analyses of the Massachusetts Massacre published this morning, Adolf has not found any reference to Israel.
There will be rejoicing in Tel Aviv that an administration which takes little care to hide it's loathing for Israel and its sympathy toward Israel's sworn enemies has taken a king hit.
America is hardening up and rejecting the wishy-washy weakness of liberal foreign policy. Obama is severely weakened politically and the Republican Party and independent conservatives have received a morale boost which is worth billions.
Adolf's pick is that yesterday's political ructions in America are a tipping point in many respects and, among others, they will have given strength to those in Israel who see a military strike on Iran's nuclear facilities as necessary and inevitable. I wouldn't be at all surprised if the people in Tel Aviv are already negotiating with Iraq and Jordan for covert and discrete permission to overfly their territory if necessary.
Both will heave a collective sigh of relief, along with most other Arab nations, to see the real threat in their region neutralised. They know they will not be attacked by a nuclear Israel but they have no such confidence in a nuclear armed and insane Iranian regime.
April 27 in history
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