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I hate that 'there is no inbetween'. So you are seeing that from your country. It's even stronger here. And also, what is amazing is all the REPUBLICAN owned businesses that are all clamoring for a share of the profits 'rebuilding' Iraq.
Posted by Joan Lansberry at April 18, 2003 03:17 PM
Not really fair at all, and no one seems willing to admit this (because greed is powerful and makes people dishonest -- especially in the US where such much activity is driven by commercialism). Oh well, let's just hope that Bush and his cronies don't consider us enemies by accident (or intentionally). Stay out of the way if you can.
Posted by Kiffin at April 19, 2003 10:59 AM
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