Showing the American People who was behind Bush's lies - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Pablo B
    • 13.12.07 | 00:47 (IST)

    Why is Israel choosing right now as the time to bang the drum on the losing side of an internal US debate? Bush has been widely discredited as a liar once again in the US with regard to the NIE. Bush is losing badly in internal US politics on this issue. Why is Israel tying themselves to Bush's losing hand? Why is Israel choosing this point in time to make noise, when making noise only shows the US people who was behind Bush's lies? If Israel wants to have any credibility on the Iran issue in the future, I suggest keeping your head low while the US resolves it's internal conflict over Bush lying about Iran's nuke weapons program. This is an internal US policy issue, and Israel should stay out of it if they knew what was good for them. All Israel is doing it hurting their cause by tying themselves to Bush's sinking ship.

    from the article: Israeli official: U.S. is not doing enough on Iran nukes
    First published 00:00 12.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.12.07
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