Today's award for the most euphemistic lead paragraph goes to the New York Times. Paraphrasing Hillary Clinton, the Times says the U.S. has agreed to "send communications equipment to help rebels organize and evade Syria's military."
Both Chris Wallace and Shep Smith of Fox News criticized Netanyahu's planned address to the GOP Congress as an insult. They also note that the current Israeli government has been the biggest impediment to the two- state solution.
The GOP wants Netanyahu to direct scuttle multinational nuclear negiotations with Iran for some unknown reason. Perhaps we can engage in the war with Iran that Netanyahu desires. American troops are the ones he envisions doing the fighting.
How the planned Congressional address will effect the upcoming election in Israel is unclear.
He can't run for both Senate and President at the same time in Florida. He maybe just raising money for his Senate race. He was originally being groomed by the Bush machine for a run as president but that fell apart when he ran for the Senate. He found himself on the outs with JEB.