Israel Apologizes for ‘Regrettable Incident,’ Over Biden’s Visit, But U.S. Wants More

March 15, 2010


2 Responses to “Israel Apologizes for ‘Regrettable Incident,’ Over Biden’s Visit, But U.S. Wants More”

  1. tahami on March 15th, 2010 2:25 pm

    isreal wants war, for someone to keep stealing land how long to they think they can get away with it, the world needs to do more for the helpless palestinians
    britain and the US need to do much more,

  2. magi on March 15th, 2010 6:11 pm

    Joseph “I have the lowest poll numbers ever in my state”Liebermann has weighed in on the issue now, and of course, he’s blaming the Obama administration for Netanyahu’s actions. What none of the American news networks is telling the American people is that George W. Bush was also in favor of a two-state solution and had made it plain to Israel, and that Obama is following his policies. This is one of many failures on the part of the MSM to keep the public informed. Libermann acted as if his lips had been sealed with superglue on the issue when GWB was in office, but now he’s all mouth. I have only one word to describe Liebermann, and it is coward. It is my firm opinion that no one gets justice when we stand up for the wrong thing. If it’s left up to Liebermann and Netanyahu, America will be pulled into a third war to save Israel’s bacon. It’s good that I’m not POTUS because if I were and Israel began a war expecting U.S. support, it would be on its’ on. And people wonder why Iran wants nuclear weapons.

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