By Mike Eilan
If all is lost then why bother?
In these hot days towards the end of October, it has been easier to get excited about the American election campaign than what’s happening with Bibi, Shelly, Tzipi and all the other nicknames that denote either familiarity or affection I don’t feel.
At least Obama, whom I like but don’t necessarily agree with, has what the pollsters call a path to victory. It’s true that he’s done hardly anything to help us and the Palestinians make peace, but at least I can hope for a second term turnaround, and also he seems like a smart and decent man who’s done some good things.