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RIGHT OF RETURN

Reader comment on item: Bush Promotes a Palestinian "Right of Return"

Submitted by tasdevil (United States), Jan 14, 2008 at 10:03

The right of return was removed from the negotiations by Bush while Sharon was alive, that's the way i remember it. And here it is again. For this let's thank James (OLD SLICKO) Baker himself. James Baker, whose influence and stinking hand i see in every deal that has ever been made between the palestinians and the israelis. This guy, whose law firm Baker & Botts has a law office in every country in the middle east with the exception of Pakistan and Iran, and whose most valuable employee JEFFREY JEFRESS has recently been assigned the case of the saudia arabian 3 princes, who are being sued by families of those persons who were either murdered or injured as a result of 9/11.

This James Baker is a true democrat. He doesn't care from where or how his money comes in. Of course the legal fee in this case is of minor importance. When it comes to saudi arabia there are more important issues at work and a lot more money to be made. Chalk up another one for the #1 piece of garbage America has ever produced. Did i say #1? Not quite. Tied with Jimmy (i'll never lie to you) Carter for #1.

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