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    • Orangevale
    • 10.01.10 | 20:54 (IST)

    The best thing we as Americans could do is to thumb our nose to the entire middle east. After renouncing our babysitting effort publicly, open fire on ANY nation there that seriously threatens or attacks our country or legitimate security interests. Let those that want to fight each other over there "get it on' and deal with the aftermath of the destruction. I'm sick of cowardly leaders forcing us into the fire. The truth is, that Israel must have interests in not attaining peace and the stupid Pals just don't have the balls for it. They are so used to their whining producing what their population wont/cant and receiving billions for their ineptitude, that they now know no other way to get the funds, with the exception of drug running, which should be pursued to the ends of the earth and destroyed from the ground up.If and when these punk thugs get the balls to come our way, we can then deal the death blow to them and their leaders with all of America's approval and firepower. Cowards.

    from the article: U.S.: Emanuel 'didn't threaten to walk away' from Mideast peace process
    First published 14:30 06.01.10 | Last updated 12:34 07.01.10
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