Samantha Atkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> From where I sit the US is quite interested in a war.
That's ridiculous, there is no reason America would want any war right
now, much less a "major and indefinite" one. Do you think Americans just
woke up one fine day and thought " You know what I'd really like, I'd like to
rule the poorest country in the world, Afghanistan"? It's not complicated, no
need to look for hidden motives, we are at war because somebody is trying
to kill us and they've already made a very good start.
>Are you utterly sure some elements of your own country are not planting
>just enough anthrax to create a scare and justify going after the next target?
Right, and flying saucer crashed in New Mexico 50 years ago and there are
bodies of aliens in a freezer at a Air Force base, and we learned how to make
microprocessors from the debris of that crash, and JFK is still alive, Elvis too,
and CIA satellites are beaming thoughts into my head, and black helicopters
are chasing me.
>Our campaign is massively dishonest
Interesting, one side crashed two civilian jetliners into the two largest civilian
office buildings in the world, the same side sends letters laced with anthrax to
innocent people, the same side makes it a crime to educate women,
but that's not the side you call "massively dishonest".
I would say American foreign policy has not been better defined in my lifetime,
it's do what you have to do in order to stay alive.
>Something is driving us beyond the horror of 911.
Interesting, over six thousand have been butchered but you can't understand why that
would be enough to make us do what we have done. I hope I'm not accused of being
impolite by saying this because I consider it an objective fact, Madam you are a fool.
John K Clark email@example.com
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