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    • Jake
    • 10.08.07 | 22:01 (IDT)

    Everything has to be about Israel. In Rosner's view, nothing important occurs in US debates, unless it concerns Israel. Israel this. AIPAC that. Who needs conspiracy theories when you have Rosner and his blog? Why can't you analyze things as they are for a change, Rosner? The debate about whether US should remain in Iraq has nothing to do with Israel. The situation in Iraq is a catastophe, and the debate is over how to withdraw. The Republicans believe the withdrawal should not appear to be a defeat under fire, and so should be gradual. The Democrats believe that every day spent in Iraq means extra US troops killed. Period! That is the debate! The situation in Iraq is way too out of control for consideration for Israel to have any siginificant role in it.

    from the article: Change on Iraq? Ask the Israelis
    First published 00:00 10.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 10.08.07
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