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Is the road map still relevant?

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Submitted by Another American (United States), Jan 17, 2007 at 23:39

The "roadmap to peace" as I seem to remember it initially being labeled, is just another magnanimous benchmark of poor American leadership and foolish leaders.

These "leaders" only wanted a "roadmap" to get themselves a political bronze ring and the accolades of their peers.

Once again, they have shown themselves to be only ambitious fools.

The plans to be implemented in the "roadmap" guarantee war over Israel. The Arabs will not rest (nor abide by any treaty) until they have pushed Israel into the sea.

Most unfortunately, your tax dollars at work.

An absolute travesty.

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