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    • Big bad Jew
    • 24.09.12 | 11:01 (IST)

    Perhaps old Tony has forgotten that Iran threatens American installations as well as Israel even if America doesn't join in the first strike. If Israel does strike Iran, America will have to join in the foray. Simple as that. obama's isn't 'up' for any muslim conflict, after all, he bows to a saudi king.. What did we expect?

    from the article: Romney’s Mideast peace pessimism draws muted response from U.S. Jewish groups
    First published 11:53 22.09.12 | Last updated 11:53 22.09.12
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