“[T]he state of Israel, with the GNP of a modern country, can easily do without aid that amounts to just one and one-half percent of its budget — aid for which Israel essentially surrenders its independence. Why do Israelis insist on developing a sense of imaginary dependence on the U.S. and Europe, specifically at the point that Israel is both economically and militarily vigorous? The answer to that question is not at all connected to Israel's military or economic capabilities. It is on a totally different plane.”Ron Paul and Moshe Feiglin - The Hill's Pundits Blog
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Ron Paul and Moshe Feiglin - The Hill's Pundits Blog
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