The Netanyahu speech ネタニヤフ首相の演説
The Netanyahu speech
Benjamin Netanyahu knocked one out of the park Tuesday, and once it cleared the fence the ball beaned a man lurking in the shadows, and bounced into the tall grass. That man in the shadows looked a lot like President Obama.
The Israeli prime minister framed the argument over what to do about the Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons in stark, plain and simple terms: Is a bad deal with Iran better than no deal at all? The deal emerging from the negotiations in Geneva would not prevent an Islamic bomb, he said, but one “that paves Iran’s path to the bomb.”