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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Jul 30, 2013 at 13:33

There is always foreign policy to be looked at, to come to the rescue of those inside the Beltway.

It makes me wonder if the government of Israel, if they were negotiating with dissidents, instead of those who oppress them (or allow them to be oppressed); would the dissidents insist on preconditions?

When missiles are being launched into the Negev, the usual South Syrian suspects get the usual free pass from the usual suspects who are not in the Middle East.

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