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Why do we have to listen to Joe Biden and Ehud Barak at AIPAC?

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Submitted by NuritG (United States), Mar 4, 2013 at 17:26

There may have been times when AIPAC was a pro-Israel advocacy group, when they fought hard on issues that were going to harm Israel and worked hard to portray Israel in the best positive light possible. Now, they have sold their soul to the Left, to political correctness and AIPAC is nothing more than a bunch of lobbyists raising money, travel on other people's money, running all over like chicken that lost their heads, totally lost in the malaise. I elected to attend the 2013 AIPAC conference from home because I think very little on this organization as I think very little of any other organization that claims to advocate for Israel: Jewish Organizations' Failure:

http://newsblaze.com/story/20130303065858nurg.nb/topstory.html

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