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    • WeCan2
    • 02.08.10 | 10:34 (IDT)

    The scope of your perspective is limited by your propensity to stereotype to such a degree that your assumptions must make an ass out of you on a regular basis. You ASSume that I'm left wing and a democrat because I advocate justice for the Palestinians and support any American effort to bring it - tsk tsk. LOL, I never realized that the left holds a monopoly on conscience, human rights, and justice? It actually doesn't, but I'll not confuse you with the details. FYI - I despise both Clintons, voted for McCain, am career military, and don't really care much for what Obama is pushing domestically - but I AM rather pleased with his efforts in the ME so far, and I certainly DO hope that he'll take ALL the necessary steps to bring about an equitable justice for the Palestinians - which if you care to look into it, is essentially what American policy on the issue has maintained for over 40 years. All Obama's doing is acting on policy that most presidents have skirted throughout that time.

    from the article: Ramon was right
    First published 00:55 01.08.10 | Last updated 00:55 01.08.10
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