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To: Tom Clarke who wrote (2944)8/26/2001 6:28:21 PM
From: Thomas M.  Respond to of 23598
 
<< After my adventures in the Ravello gardens (CBS’s Bryant Gumbel was his usual low-key, courteous self and did not pull the cord), I headed for Terre Haute by way of Manhattan. I did several programs where I was cut off at the word "Waco." Only CNN’s Greta Van Susteren got the point. "Two wrongs," she said, sensibly, "don’t make a right." I quite agreed with her. But then, since I am against the death penalty, I noted that three wrongs are hardly an improvement. >>

Nicely put.

<< Yet when discussion shifts to Iraq, any daycare center in a government building instantly becomes "a shield." Think about it. (Actually, there is a difference here. The administration has admitted to knowledge of the presence of children in or near Iraqi government buildings, yet they still proceed with their plans to bomb – saying that they cannot be held responsible if children die. There is no such proof, however, that knowledge of the presence of children existed in relation to the Oklahoma City bombing.) >>

This term is also popular among the disinformation police on this thread.

<< "A lot of people say there’s too much personal freedom. When personal freedom’s being abused, you have to move to limit it." On that plangent note he graduated cum laude from the Newt Gingrich Academy. >>

LOL!