Netanyahu lost?

I’m going to drop this here co I’ve not been following.

Netanyahu lost or did not get majority. Something like that.

https://m.jpost.com/Israel-Elections/Netanyahu-cannibalized-his-own-vilified-Israeli-Arabs-and-fell-short-602186

Nothing changes… America still stands with Israel.

Here you go…

Call the game. Who’s winning?

Nick Foles wins today. Jacksonville.

I’ll go with the Titans. You?

The only thing I like about Fla are the spanish and Cuban women. That defense in Jacksonville is good though. Titans by 1.

Jags 14-0. Refs helping too.

Foles? He was injured in week 1and probably won’t be coming back; his replacement is doing a better job.

Mariota Sucks…Go Jags.

14-7 Jags

Quarterbacks who look to run usually struggle in big games.

In last week’s vote, Benny Gantz’s centrist Blue and White party won 33 seats in the 120-member parliament, while incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu’s conservative Likud took 31 seats. Neither can muster a parliamentary majority with their traditional smaller allies.

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin began two days of crucial talks Sunday with representatives of all parliamentary factions before selecting his candidate for prime minister, after a deadlocked repeat election was set to make forming any new government a daunting task.

The deciding factor looks to be Avigdor Lieberman and the eight seats his Yisrael Beitenu party captured. Lieberman is demanding a broad unity government with the two major parties that is secular and excludes the ultra-Orthodox Jewish parties. That appears to be the emerging compromise between Blue and White and Likud, though both are insisting upon leading it.
Complicating matters is Blue and White’s refusal to sit with Netanyahu because he faces a likely indictment on corruption charges.

Last week’s vote happened because Netanyahu was unable to form a coalition after April’s election without the support of Lieberman, an unpredictable ally-turned-rival who has upended Israeli politics in recent months. The nationalist, yet secular, former defense minister said he was equally uncomfortable with both blocs, and announced that he will not recommend anyone for prime minister.
“We have defined to ourselves one option, the three parties,” he said, referring to his own party along with Blue and White and Likud. “If we can form a government like that I’ll be happy, if not, like people bigger than us say, it’s a big honor to serve the people of Israel in the opposition too.”
Looming over the whole process is Netanyahu’s pre-indictment hearing scheduled in two weeks, after which he could face charges of bribery, breach of trust and fraud in three separate corruption cases. Netanyahu had hoped to secure a narrow majority of hard-line and religious parties that support granting him immunity from prosecution. With immunity now off the table, Netanyahu is desperate to remain in office despite the long odds.
Israeli law does not require a sitting premier to resign if indicted. But if he is charged, as is widely expected, he would come under heavy pressure to resign.

https://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/israeli-president-begins-talks-form-government-65777825