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Whatever happened to Bush?

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Submitted by Stef from Belgium (Belgium), Jan 15, 2008 at 13:08

Where is the Bush who used to promote the idea that israel should be able to keep the big, important settlement communities, certainly the ones that are close to the so called 'green line' and who asserted that the 'refugees' (a very disputable term) can or should be relocated to the novel 'palestinian state' rather than to israel.

I'm afraid this man has become an empty shell and one that is dangerous to israel. Can't this man think for himself about these issues or is he some kind of machine propelled with oil? Should Olmert become a slave of this ridiculous, long overdue president?!

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