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    • Uncommon American
    • 22.04.10 | 03:27 (IDT)

    "Never again will we elect a radical ideologue into our White House." Then what would you call Bush Jr, who was a radical ideologue? I find it humorous you used the armchair crack. I was in the US Navy, and came close to going to Iraq. What have you done? "Mr. Netanyahu needs to do what he thinks is right for his country." Expanding illegal settlements, and further inciting violence via poor actions is not ensuring their security. Neither is biting the hand that has fed Israel for decades. That aid could disappear if Netanyahoo continues to spit in our face. "..who are slowly but surely (and thankfully) losing their confidence in Democrats in general because Dems never have given a Sh&t about them" So Republicans are better? The party that is far more likely to rush into a war, even if it is under false pretenses? They have proven that, by large, they don't give a shit about the Palestinians, or anyone in the Muslim world. Why should they (or anyone) trust Republicans?

    from the article: How will Netanyahu respond to Obama's ultimatum?
    First published 01:31 21.04.10 | Last updated 06:51 21.04.10
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