Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress was everything that Washington, D.C. is not. The Israeli Prime Minister laid out the threat of a nuclear Iran and why the current negotiations with Iran are a bad deal, and did it with a level of clarity and class that stood in striking contrast to the bickering and partisan that marked even the event of his speech. 55 Democrats boycotted Netanyahu's address to Congress on the grounds that it was "partisan grandstanding" and an attempt to give Netanyahu a boost ahead of Israel's upcoming elections (a theory which was addressed in our last blog post).
"I have often wondered what it would have been like to listen to a Churchill address. I think this is as close as it will get."
You can watch the full speech below. Skip to about the 25 minute mark for the beginning of Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech.
"Even if Israel has to stand alone, Israel will stand. But I know that Israel does not stand alone. I know that America stands with Israel. I know that you stand with Israel."