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(CNN)   Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu urges the United States to draw a "red line" that Iran cannot cross - which President Barack Obama last week reportedly rejected even though Red is his favorite color   (articles.cnn.com) divider line 304
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2012-09-18 06:49:07 AM  
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Bibi is just playing head games here.

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2012-09-18 09:35:22 AM  

Pharque-it: The question is if the US shall continue pumping $30B or so per annum into a country that obviously cannot sustain itself. The Israel idea was a bad one, and even worse is that it's leaders are unwilling and unable to seek a solution that would be sustainable. Instead it uses blackmailing...
That or Israel has to end.


You mean Sheldon isn't willing to pony up some $ for his real homeland?

And for the first time I saw Aid for Israel commercials that gave me the feeling I was watching an ASPCA ad.
 
2012-09-18 10:04:55 AM  

cmb53208: You want a red line Bibi? There's a Red Line in Chicago, it runs from Howard Avenue south to 95th Street. There's your farking red line asshole.


And we're having to struggle like hell to get it down to 131st Street. Iran might be a bit expensive.
 
2012-09-18 10:40:51 AM  
kbronsito
How about we draw a red line where we want Israel settlements to stop.

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