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Aug 3, 2011 8:00pm EDT
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May 26, 2011 5:00pm PDT
, including george w. bush, including a join statement between hillary clinton and netanyahu, they make references to the 67 borders. now, you could say that this was the first time a u.s. president in a speech made this kind of statement. but frankly, this is the kind of jesuit distinction without a difference. everyone knows the basic issue is you are starting with the '67 borders and the israelis give back most and keep some. swap land to the palestinian. >> let me take netanyahu's side here for a moment even though you know i agree with everything you just said. he would say that when there was a peace accord on the table in 2000, arafat, bill clinton's propoeosa proposal, arafat said no. since then the palestinians themselveses have taken every opportunity to reject peace. when they got gaza back, they continued to use gaza as launching pad for missiles. why should we give them more land back? >> there may be an argument for not doing a deal at all. that's a separate issue. contours of the deal is what we are talking about. the palestinians, as i said, they are -- famous phrase nev
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