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    • Tess
    • 07.12.07 | 05:20 (IST)

    I have said before and will say again, leave it to IR people to get their actors wrong. As a Comparativist, I look at their paper and I say ok theory, wrong actors. If you look across the spectrum where policy is being impeded and same tactics being used, what you see is not the "Jewish" lobby, but the religious right. Just do some research on the discourse on Global Warming, it is fairly demonstrative of the issues. What makes me afraid is this paper, combined with the Bush Administration's refusal to consider over extension, and the renewal in that branch of Anti-Semitic Christian teachings that it took centuries to remove. I don't like how it bodes for the long term. Take Care. Oh, I thought of some more. That Issaac that played Joseph in "the Nativity Story". Quite handsome and Jewish. Oh and Josh Bernstein.

    from the article: A bad odor
    First published 00:00 05.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.12.07
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