Dick Cheney's advice to Bush - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • willoughby l lloyd
    • 25.08.11 | 13:38 (IDT)

    I am glad Mr Bush did not follow the stupid advice of his vice-president. What a jack-ass! Imagine! The audacity of that man, how irresponsible he was, which is the very reason why we are where we are, with two wars in our hands and a national debt that will be paid by the children of our grand-children. If Israel wants to bomb that nuclear reactor, it’s not our problem. Just don’t come to us looking for support, go somewhere else.

    from the article: Cheney: I urged Bush to bomb Syria's nuclear reactor, but he refused
    First published 11:11 25.08.11 | Last updated 11:11 25.08.11
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