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Reader comment on: The Secretary's Epiphany

Submitted by Voltairie (United States), Apr 24, 2013 15:36

Ms. Bryen:

Were I an Israeli diplomat, I wouldn't be inclined to "melt" so fast. Remember that the US tends to change with each changed administrations and each one foolishly believes they will be the messiah that "creates peace" throughout the middle east. Ergo: Clinton's open-armed Christ-like gesture when he stood behind the cynical, cunning Egyptian-born terrorist, Yasser Arafat, and beamed to heaven when cowed Rabin clasped hands with the bloody murderer. All parties to that debacle lacked sufficient morals to be embarrassed or shamed by that nauseating faux-theater that in the end meant nothing to the arabs who snickered at both the US and Israel for being so easily duped.

And never forget, nor be too quick to forgive, the transgressions made by this administration against the interests of the voters who put BHO in office.


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