No, it's definitely the Rethuglicans - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Uncommon American
    • 22.02.13 | 07:33 (IST)

    The Rethuglicans have been the party of no ever since Obama was elected. In fact, John Boner, excuse me, Boehner, went on record as to say their agenda was to make Obama a one term President. Well, they failed in a spectacular fashion, especially after the terrorist Netanyahoo tried to interfere in an AMERICAN (!) election. So, the Rethuglicans are back to acting like the spoiled brats they are. They don't care that they're destroying the country in the meantime. As long as they can keep Obama from doing anything substantial, they'll be happy, for they'll blame him for everything. Never mind the fact that they were/are personally responsible for at the very least 95% of the country's problems.

    from the article: Visiting U.S. Senator Marco Rubio: U.S. shouldn’t dictate policy on settlements
    First published 02:08 22.02.13 | Last updated 02:08 22.02.13
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