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Excellant article ...a bit scary! What is pres Obama thinking? And where is Rahm Emanuel?

Reader comment on: Obama's Misguided Approach to Peacemaking

Submitted by Ben Zalamn (United States), May 10, 2010 13:16

Is Rahm Emanuel whispering anything in Obama 's ear...anything? Tell Rahmy boy that speaking in favor of Israel ( the best ally the USA can have in that area) and that being mayor of Chicago is not as important as being PRO ISRAEL!! Mr Brodsky and Brooks wrote a very intelligent column on how dangerous this Obama administration is so wrong about on leaning on Israel who wants peace way way way more than the Palestinians do! Why does Israel the winner of all its wars against murderous nations and groups have to beg for peace. Did we do that USA with Germany and Japan? I think not...and look at Germany and Japan today! True peace would help the Palestinians and all of Arabia best... but go tell them that! They can't hear..they dont want too!


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DrShahdyne 

Jun 6, 2010 20:50

Obama, Misguided Approach to Peacemaking. [69 words]

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May 12, 2010 08:38

⇒ Excellant article ...a bit scary! What is pres Obama thinking? And where is Rahm Emanuel? [136 words]

Ben Zalamn 

May 10, 2010 13:16

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