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Submitted by Vigilant (United States), May 30, 2010 at 09:35

Begin represented the best of Israel. He loved Israel and he loved th LORD God. His reward will be greatly manifiested in ways we will probably never recognize until the 'End Of Days." Anybody who survilved the Jimmy Carter bungling era deserves a medal of the highest rank and order. The only difference between our now disengaged first ' black president' and Jimmy Carter appeasement and appologetic regime is Carter wraps himself in religious jargon rather than be 'real' to what his evil heart dictates. With no apologies I remain.

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