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Published: Sunday, July 28 2013 3:24 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Might have known, the US is still trying to take control of the middle east and their oil reserves. I wouldn't be surprised if nothing came of this meeting other than a western style quick draw gun fight. We have no business to arbitrate any government elected by its people. Peace is not our choice to make and its not the objective of this meeting.

Don't know why Obama is trying to secure control of the oil fields outside our country, we have plenty of oil and if his idea that solar and wind energy is workable is a hypocrisy beyond describing. Until energy can be manufactured and turned into matter there is no solution to energy needs.

Where are the ET.s when we need them? All dead and killed because of a nationals security threat? Makes sense.?

Albert Maslar CPA (Retired)
Absecon, NJ

Peace talks between Israel and Palestinians will not work as long as terrorist organization Hamas is in control of the Palestinians. It does not make sense to give Palestinians a platform in DC which will further serve as an excuse for them to cast blame on Israel that has been under constant rocket attack from territory occupied by Palestinians that provide cover for Hamas that fires rockets hidden in schools and hospitals. Rose Garden negotiations are nothing new but in the end, nothing is new. These Israel-Palestinian contrived negotiations are a further attempt to distract the American Public from the many Obama administration scandals that are now touted as phony scandals. Hope springs eternal, but if one side is dedicated to never-ending violence, violence can never be ended despite the best intentions of mice and men.

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