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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 18.01.11 | 02:32 (IST)

    Children will always return to what made them successful when ever they are in trouble. There is an intense commonality between Barak and Bibi. They were successful young commando types, and miserable failures as Prime Minister. Young successes at young things, and utter failures as adults who have spent their entire lifetimes living off the glories of their youth, and in one case their brothers. Is there anyone who would deny them the right to relive the days of their lives by wasting the lives of others? All either has proven as an adult is that they are miserable failures, why not relive their pasts? They should hijack an airliner to Natanz, where each will stand on a wing an show Marshal Matt Dillon how to clean up the East. Why should two losers not be allowed to live out their fantasies and relive their childhood by getting others wasted for nothing but their vanity? How far down the road to national suicide is Israel willing to follow two failures?

    from the article: Military strike on Iran is what unites Netanyahu and Barak
    First published 01:57 18.01.11 | Last updated 01:57 18.01.11
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