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Paul Szep for November 30, 2013

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    john.jay.willisiii  almost 6 years ago

    As bad a Chamberlain’s efforts were and I agree they were awful, he WAS negotiating from a position of weakness while trying to buy time to rearm England. Obrainless is not negotiating from a position of weakness and offered concession without ANY solid changes on the central problem. IOW he gave away and got nothing in return. And for those so called “doves”, remember Iran is the one rushing to dominate. Note also this accord is already driving other ME powers to seek nuclear weapons. This treaty is absolute idiocy on every level.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    At least one thing in his “credit”(?) Netanyahu HAS participated personally in the killing “game”, unlike our own “CHICKENhawks”. I still don’t like, or trust the guy, a whit, he’s NUTS! (and, even though he’s “sabra”, born in Israel, he was mostly raised, and educated, in the U.S. gaining him more “cred” with AIPAC, our own little “radical group”)

    Again, I don’t have a problem with many Israelis, and Jewish people in general, but the extremist right-wing Zionist wing, is a bird that carries many bombs, and uses them regularly, and is definitely NOT the “sitting duck” they like to play at being on the world stage. Their little , preemptive attacks, “wars”, and invasions such as Lebanon, have more than proved they’re quite capable of defending themselves, and they have the only nukes in the Middle East.

    WE don’t need to keep fighting THEIR wars for THEM, and sacrificing the blood of OUR troops!

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    Dtroutma Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    ChurchIe: because those on the extreme right keep chanting “bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb Iran”. A true position of “strength” would be letting Iran pursue their commercial, peaceful, use of nuclear energy, like we allowed Japan, Germany, France, and encourage other third world countries to ACCEPT as viable, while using the international community (not Israel’s view) to regulate that use (which Israel refused to comply with).

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