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    • Billclock
    • 07.04.11 | 00:57 (IDT)

    While no particular fan of Netanyahu, I do pause at stories like this. For starters, they all do it! I know; that's hardly an excuse, but let's at least acknowledge that it is true and it makes him no worse than the rest. Then there is the craziness of the laws that govern politicians' behavior and the likelihood that Bibi didn't do the accounting himself. Come on! Netanyahu and his right-wing coalition have done so many more serious things, let's not waste time on this one.

    from the article: Report: Netanyahu allegedly billed two groups for single trip abroad
    First published 22:46 06.04.11 | Last updated 22:46 06.04.11
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