Obama has been learning on the job. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Jasper - Milwaukee
    • 07.04.12 | 19:26 (IDT)

    He loudly supported the Facebook Kids, called for the ouster of Mubarak, and now sees that Egypt is in the toilet. He joined with France, Italy and England, gleefully killing the Colonel, and now Libya is so screwed up they can't even collect the trash in Tripoli. You can't blame Obama or anyone in the West for thinking long and hard before trying to kill Assad.

    from the article: Clashes in Syria kill 80, despite recognition of UN peace plan
    First published 16:11 07.04.12 | Last updated 16:11 07.04.12
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