Calls for his resignation are already being made. Likud faction leader Moshe Feiglin feels the same way I do; that the freeze is a clear indication that giving up the Golan and dividing Jerusalem are probably not far behind:
"The writing on the wall is clear. Anyone who participates in this objective proves he did not learn a thing from the crime of the expulsion [of Jews] from Gush Katif.I'm calling to anybody to whom the nation of Israel and the future of the state are dear, to join the Likud in order to replace Netanyahu with a leader who has a G-d."
Nadia Matar, leader of Women in Green, has declared that Bibi has shown weakness, and is emboldening Iranian douchebag Mahmoud Igogettajob.
Danny Danon plans to bring the issue to a vote in the Likud Central Committee (which may very well prove futile, as it did in the run up to the evacuation of Gush Katif).
In an interview with Israel National News Danon said:
"...if the prime minister continues in his strategy of trying to satisfy the White House, we might find ourselves negotiating getting back to the '67 lines. I think deep inside, the prime minister knows we have no partner -- he knows there is no leadership in the Palestinian Authority.
"I think Netanyahu is doing this to show there is no partner - but still, it is a major mistake. The price he is paying is too heavy and dangerous. Three months ago, he said he would consider freezing construction in Judea and Samaria only after two conditions were met: major gestures from the Arab world, and re-starting the negotiating process with the PA. Today we see that he is paying full price, in cash, without either one."
So, what's so new about that? Bibi laid down a number of conditions for the resumption of talks. He's backed off virtually all of them. If the freeze is not stopped in the cabinet there will be an abundance of tzuris (Yiddish for deep shit).