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    • Miron
    • 25.04.10 | 06:20 (IDT)

    all he needs is project an image of sound judgment, strong character, and effective leader. So far he excels. As far as being "nice"... this is not elections. He is free to do as he pleases... and as long as American zinc boxes are kept out of front pages he is in good shape. In fact hiding of those boxes in US today is more effective than in USSR Pravda circa 1985... Communists were simply amateurs. In US our capitalism raised CIA stooges ( where pink slip these days is worse than Kolyma in 1937 ) simply wipe those out from the pages of history... clean at that. As if they did not exist, ever.

    from the article: J Street chief: Obama needs to connect with the Israeli people
    First published 02:08 25.04.10 | Last updated 04:10 25.04.10
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