In a message dated 7/22/01 11:10:04 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
email@example.com writes: Um. Darn, seems I'm bent on a path of
confussion today, sorry. ;-) Let's try again. I mentioned that in Argentina,
it is not unheard of for security forces to use live ammo to disperse protests
Please forgive me I couldn't resist practicing my limited Spanish.
Let's face it I also came late to the discussion.
I have read in a very general way the problems you have in Argentina.
However we also have a slight problem with the terms we use.
I understand that across the entirety of South America a Conservative
tends to be a guy that owns a big white house on the hill and doesn't intend
for the people at the bottom of the hill to accumulate any wealth or freedom
for themselves. Is that true? Here Conservative tends to mean something a
little bit different. However as I tend to be a libertarian I shan't attempt
to explain American Conservatives -- I am too close to them.
Thank you for explaining yourself and now hearing me out. I will go
back to listening.
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