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Bush’s turn to step into Mideast peace-making

Posted in Uncategorized by Patrick Truax on November 14, 2007

By Steve Holland

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Richard Nixon left office hopeful that “peace can settle at last over the Middle East.” Jimmy Carter staked his career on it. Bill Clinton told Yasser Arafat, “I am a failure, and you have made me one.”

Now George W. Bush becomes the latest president to try to resolve the bitter, long-standing differences between close U.S. ally Israel and the Palestinians.

Yawn. Palestinians dont want Peace, they want every last Jew dead..


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  1. Patrick Truax said, on November 14, 2007 at 5:07 pm

    Carter, despite being the worst president ever, has had the most success;Egypt and Israel have been at Peace since Camp David. But the Palestinians, elected a declared terror group for their government. Yasser Arafat’s group is fighting the Hamas group in the streets. The best way to resolve this situation is for Israel to cut the power off, shut off the water, and all comms that use servers in Israel, blocked. Then completely isolated, the two terrorist organizations can fight it out until there is nothing left. Saudi Arabia, the rich Kingdom, can patriate all of the refugees into their vast land, instead fininacing the terrorism that rips the territories apart. Problem solved.

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