#48 So join the dots for me, SDHD - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 09.03.10 | 10:23 (IST)

    SDHD: "Except, those documents all exist " Indeed they do. SDHD: "and so does the Jewish state," Indeed it does. SDHD: "with its foundation laid, in part, within those documents." Hahahahahahahahah!!!! I do love the use of weasel-words, SDHD. You know: "in part" The problem that you have is that you can't get your two "parts" to join together **WITHOUT** the "part" that lies between them. You know, The Plan That Must Not Be Mentioned. You simply can not get from your beginning to your desired end without going thru that middle, and you don't **want** to do that because you know the consequence of acknowledging that Plan of Partition. So, come on, smart-arse; join those dots for me WITHOUT that line going through Res 181. Ben Gurion couldn't do it but, then again, he had a brain so he understood the problem. But you? You, not so much with the brains....

    from the article: PA holds olive branch in one hand, stone in the other
    First published 22:16 06.03.10 | Last updated 08:52 07.03.10
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