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The bottom line and the bottom without line

Reader comment on item: Israel's Unnecessary War in Lebanon

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Jul 18, 2006 at 20:30

Afghan US made Kharzay Hamid offer negotiation with Taliban terrorists...something like the Americans are becoming nostalgic about the Mujahideen and the late 80s cohabitation. Israel negotiated with terrosist Fatah before becoming PA.

Americans in Iraq invite terrorists to the table and so did Israelis when they exchanged prisoners before..

The bottom line is that if a table dancer did it once, why not doing it again! especially if the cost is an issue.

In the bottom where there is no line, no matter what you do in this conflict, the god that pays more will win...

I don`t know which god pays more..but it looks like one is giving the land while the other is giving a lot of women in a Honolulu like kind of environment....


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