Some say that President Barack Obama is "the worst president ever" for Israel.
I think the jury is still out. Competition is stiff.
Richard Nixon let us bleed during the Yom Kippur War.
Gerald Ford wanted to reassess the overall US - Israel relationship to side with the Arabs.
Jimmy Carter, well, put simply, he's a Jew-hater - always was. Not much more to say. And that is not a charge I throw around.
Ronald Reagan's heart may have been in the right place but he saved (1982) than recognized the PLO (1988).
George H.W. Bush gave us James "F*uck" Israel Baker - who brought Tom Friedman into the decision making process at the State Department even as Uncle Tom "reported" for the NYT.
Bill Clinton enabled Oslo and all the metastasized from it. Friends don't let friends Oslo themselves.
Oslo - not disengagement - got us to where we are today in Judea, Samaria, and Gaza.
George W. Bush gave us the Road Map and pursued policies that weakened America bogging it down in Iraq and leaving it depleted to deal with al-Qaida and Iran.
Which brings us to the Obama presidency still in progress.
It is certainly shaping up to be among the worst -- from Israel's point of view.
From Day 1 of his presidency when he forced Mahmoud Abbas to insist on a "settlement" freeze until Day 20 of the 2014 Gaza War when he sent the sputtering hyperactive John Kerry to muddy the waters here -- Obama has been an unmitigated disaster. But I understate.
Still, to paraphrase Zhou Enlai when asked about the French Revolution: On Obama and Israel it is still "too early to tell" whether he is the absolute worst.