# 17 Ronnie Wolman. SHOOTING HORSES & AND A LOAD OF COD'S WALLOP! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 14.05.06 | 21:43 (IDT)

    Ronnie You begin with a somewhat reasonable comment,then you turn it arround and mess it up!You talk about Pres'Bushs'mantra of not talking to terrorists.Hang about a minute there for pete's sake!Who,and which terrorists are available for President Bush to enable him and talk to with,if he so wished that is.Where are they? tell us that! Since you are so versatile about their whereabouts,give Pres' Bush a hint,find them and bring them to him for a debate. Sorry,your blunder is showing Ronnie. Do we know for instance where Bin Laden is? I for one have an idea,and I am sure other people do too.Plus the Americans know as well.He is in Pakistan!Well protected by the Pakistani Authorities. But then,since the U.S has this deal with Musharaf the situation may be a bit complex,and thus not easy for the Pakistanis to open up the border where that scumbag is hiding.Not a cake walk,as you surmise. Ronnie change the subject,you ain't a politician.And it isn't an easy matter...

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    First published 00:00 14.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.05.06
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