We can count on Benjamin Netanyahu continuing to be a voice of reason in the Middle East. Of course, the Obama administration is refusing to listen.
ABC News' Alex Marguardt notes "there's a lot of disappointment at the White House this morning" concerning Netanyahu's victory on Tuesday.
"This is a stunning victory for Netanyahu -- a landslide that none of the polls predicted. You can be sure there's a lot of disappointment at the White House this morning -- realizing they have to try to work with Netanyahu for the next two years -- a man who has been such a thorn in their side.
"And that is unlikely to change any time soon, Netanyahu this week coming out against a Palestinian state after the Obama administration has worked so hard on a peace process.
"Of course the White House is still furious about his speech in Congress just two weeks ago. So while Netanyahu is savoring his victory this morning, this is not a triumph for U.S.-Israeli relations," Marguardt said.