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Thom Hartmann's Hypocrisy for Israel Part 1

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Thom Hartmann cuts off a caller who was talking about the Israel Lobby book claiming "anytime someone calls to hype a book - I'm sorry - no thanks."

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Kathleen Christison points out:
Thom Hartmann said "I am going to cut you off because we don't hype books on this program" and of course he had just a few minutes before had allowed another caller to commend another book which happened to be The Economic Hit Man - Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - which is quite a good book. But he allowed that caller, that earlier caller to hype that book but he wouldn't allow James to mention the Mearsheimer-Walt book.

"Although they do not claim that the effort to guarantee Israeli security was the sole reason for the U.S. invasion of Iraq, they demonstrate clearly -- citing public and privates statements by Israeli military and political officials, informed commentary in both Israel and the U.S., and analysis by foreign policy experts -- that "Israeli leaders, neoconservatives, and the Bush administration all saw war with Iraq as the first step in an ambitious campaign to remake the Middle East" in order to "make it a more friendly environment for America and Israel." Israel and the lobby "played crucial roles in making that war happen." Without the lobby and particularly the core of neocon policymakers inside government and neocon commentators and think-tank analysts on the sidelines, Mearsheimer and Walt conclude bluntly, "the war would almost certainly not have occurred" and "America would probably not be in Iraq today." - By KATHLEEN and BILL CHRISTISON

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