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AIPAC will run out of steam in the next 8 years.

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Submitted by manny (United States), Mar 14, 2009 at 16:44

IBN MASUD:

How would you know when the steam comes to an end. According to the second law of thermodynamics steam can go on forever, so long as you have ignition.

In any case, Obama is as we all are. He will always do what is good for him. Now if you were talking about Hillary that would be another matter. This girl could follow Yasir Arafat into a revolving door and come out ahead of him.

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