Interesting way of phrasing it. But the 75% plus spent here does create U.S. jobs, right? The loan guarantees signed by the U.S. come with the condition that most of the money be spent in the U.S., and Israel's unique status simply requires special agreements, so what?
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from the article: U.S. official: More U.S. aid will help Israel make 'tough' decisions