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AIPAC will run out of steam in the next 8 years

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Submitted by Ibn Masud (United States), Mar 14, 2009 at 00:32

Dear Manny: But the man who nominated FREEMAN is still working for Obama, and guess what?
Obama hand picked him.

How many chance will Chuck Schumer and Rahm Emanuel have?

Remember: This president does not like to be kicked around? and AIPAC is running out of excuses.

Ibn Masud

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