141-3: JB staring into the mirror too long, p3 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David Teich
    • 02.11.07 | 14:11 (IST)

    "isn`t being directed against the GOVT, but the Pal CIVILIANS". The citizens are the govt. I know that they don't teach democracy in your madras, but learn. Meanwhile, note JB continues to ignore the simple fact: There is no law requiring a nation to provide aid to enemy aliens fighting against the nation's existence when there's no occupation. He keeps inventing his own while shouting my pointing that out is somehow "inventing". "The militants, not the civilians". Notice he keeps ignoring what I've repeatedly posted: 1) Not "militants", members of the govt 2) Govt overwhelmingly elected by the people 3) People are responsible for their choices He can't argue because he's too busy inventing other laws that he's lost track. I pointed out the appropriate use of "individuals" and the exemption in this case. He must ignore it to keep ranting. "why is she punishing the civilians?", as usual, with JB's surreality, it's 4) Because they made a choice through democratic elections

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    First published 00:00 28.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.10.07
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