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Thought members may be interested in this article from the BBC site:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/6573731.stm

Gee, someone should tell W that there's a terrorist on the loose.

But since he's former CIA, that makes him ours. So W doesn't care.

It's so embarrassing to live in a country with possibly the worst president ever.

But I don't see anyone standing up to him either. Harry Reed needs a lot of support,

to get us out of a county that W and his evil cronies lied to get us into. Now we have McCain singing "Bomb Iran". Disgraceful. And terribly frightening. Because they WANT to have a war over there. (imho).

Dawn

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Thought members may be interested in this article from the BBC site:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/6573731.stm

Gee, someone should tell W that there's a terrorist on the loose.

But since he's former CIA, that makes him ours. So W doesn't care.

It's so embarrassing to live in a country with possibly the worst president ever.

But I don't see anyone standing up to him either. Harry Reed needs a lot of support,

to get us out of a county that W and his evil cronies lied to get us into. Now we have McCain singing "Bomb Iran". Disgraceful. And terribly frightening. Because they WANT to have a war over there. (imho).

Dawn

There is an old adage "Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder."

Living in yet another incarnation of a Brave New World, this time the somewhat new millenium. It is a sad commentary that apparently "Terrorism [obviously in diametric opposition to Beauty] is apparently also, alas in the eyes of the beholder, as well.

In a country where a phenomenal number of American's cannot identify who the Vice-President of the United States is, I do not suppose there are many 'thinking persons' pondering the irony of the Posada situation......

TRACTION

His brother said that pain was what he knew

Pain's wit is irony. It took two

Bullets to bring that straight back down. They said

One Bullet had exploded in his head.

The unforeseen becomes inevitable.

Who would have thought, on that bloody day,

That back that had survived the terrible

Would take the head down with it all the way?

We saw another back. It killed the killer.

Who had killed twice. Three murders done,

The one before our eyes like a cheap thriller

Run and rerun. That weekend of the gun.

Twenty-one salutes, his epitaph,

Back-fired on a billion screens at noon.

We loved his luck until it broke in half.

The end comes back. It always comes too soon.

Howard Moss

Poignant, but Warrenized poetry?

Postscript

I have no solace in witnessing the craziness that has become a defining characteristic of life in these United States, except Thanking God, that Jack had something that even his killers can never take away. The United States has only had one President whose picture hung in thatched hut's a continent away, a continent that has been the testing ground of all the worst the West has had to offer until Bono came along, Africa truly is a witness to all that globalism has served up on the platter, to humanity.

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