Right. I am not going to dispute what he says about the problems US faces. But it is convenient for him to blame Israel's difficulties on the US. And that lame Clinton's attempt to solve the problem, which was doomed from the beginning, on Bush. I don't think Israel ever had more support from the US (or anyone else) for its policies than during Bush administration. Sharon did everything he wanted. As far as superpowers go, well, no empire can last forever. Everyone wants US to help, to give money (Israel being one of them), and everyone finds it necessary to advise America as to what it needs to do. And everyone gets pissed what the US does ANYTHING in its own interest and not to "adviser's" liking. Let's see how great the world we'll become once China and Russia get enough influence. I am dying to see that.
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