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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Phil Robinson
So someone asked Phil Robinson what he thought about an issue, and he gave an honest answer. Where's the controversy in that? Was he wrong to say what he thought, or was he wrong to think it ("Mighty duck: A&E reverses course, ends Phil Robertson suspension," Web, Dec. 27)?
Was he wrong to say what he thought, or was he wrong to think it ("Mighty duck: A&E reverses course, ends Phil Robertson suspension," Web, Dec. 27)?