Unappreciated America || Mr. Kerry, go home
Netanyahu, Abbas must be made to realize that without U.S. they're knee deep in mud - or blood.
American cartoonist Rube Goldberg became famous in the 1930s for his drawings of complex machines doing simple tasks — like moving a pencil across a table — in long, convoluted and clumsy processes. Goldberg won a Pulitzer Prize in 1948, and Merriam Webster dictionary listed his name as a definition for doing something simple in a complicated way.
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