The New Deal

Darin H. Deem AptMaster at AOL.COM
Mon Feb 23 16:38:35 MST 1998

You are right.  We are in a quagmire with no great solutions.  Bombing now
will accomplish nothing good and plenty negative.

Too bad we have a draft dodger for a President.


In a message dated 98-02-23 17:12:08 EST, Stephen writes:

<< That's a very interesting question.  What do we propose for the long term?
 Do any of us really believe that bombing Iraq will have any impact?  It
 will kill people.  It will destroy buildings.  It will make Saddam more of
 a hero than he is now with his people.  It will antagonize relationships
 with several NATO nations, and it will get some of our soldiers killed.
 And what will any of that do in the long run?  probably nothing.

 We beat him before, and look where we are today.  We beat him today, where
 does that put us five years from now?  Unless, of course, we support all
 out war and just annihilate him and his people into total submission.

 I am not in favor of letting him get away with what he has done.  I just
 don't see how killing lots of innocent people will change that.

 Personally - I think we're all just a little blood thirsty.

 Stephen Frye

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