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bin laden is being chosen by people who like dubya (same applies to saddam). how do i know? because placing importance on one man makes it very easy to meet a goal and look good in the war on terror. terror is nearly impossible to stop, but a single man can be stopped. al qaeda is set up so that a captured bin laden is easily replaced and the terror continues, but dubya would gain mightily if bin laden was captured. i expect bin laden to be caught, but i do not think it should be a priority over trying to rebuild afghanistan or iraq or the larger war on terror and on ousted iraq fedayeen fighters (and, they are not the "terror" that we set out to stop after 9/11 fwiw). i do not think there should be 1 priority for this president (thus, i didn't vote). i think there are domestic issues that would be my priority, but i am fairly certain they are not dubya's. i think the roadmap to peace in the middle east has long since been forgotten and that's unfortunate. i think getting UN support for our "rebuilding" efforts is long overdue and should be a much larger priority than it appears to be.<br><br>
I agree. I just couldn't believe that out of eight, two people "here" thought that was a priority.<br><br>The US should just keep it local for a while, keep our noses to ourselves (I think I just made up that expression.) Do you know what I mean? It could only help our economy, and let alone the people who hate us. There is no easy answer of course. Who would not be happy with American made, sold and bought products? Keep to ourselves, and rebuild our country first...<br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>We need to add Aids to the list.<br><p><hr></blockquote><p>Whatever you do, don't try to e-mail the admin about that. Not that I thought his team would listen anyway, but I sent an e-mail to him for the heck of it at firstname.lastname@example.org (his listed e-mail here) and it bounced back a few hours later as refused. I guess his new e-mail filters didn't like what I wanted to say.<br><br>Ryan<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by morserj on 12/05/03 01:40 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
I'm glad we have this man in office instead of Clinton, or any other Demon-crat. How many of you tore up your tax refund because he's doing such a bad job. Would you rather be taxed into the ground? Rather have someone who wants to take your money and throw it at every single person too lazy to get a job? Maybe you'd like a someone who lets his wife make all the decisions for him. <br><br>It's sad and typical how people will ignore the good things he's doing, because it's easier to point the finger. I think there's lots of things that could be done better, but how much control does he have when there are thousands of people in the loop.<br><br>Heck, I can't count how many times my order has been screwed up at a drive up MacDonalds window, and that's a crew of what, 2 or 3 people? <br>How many times have you run a project with over 20 people in different departments all talking to each other and things get missed or not communicated properly? <br><br>Some of your complaints are not unfounded, but what do you hope to gain by whinning? Is that what you consider a level of involvment to make a change? Hmmmm, interesting.<br><br>The thread killer
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>every single person too lazy to get a job... lets his wife... drive up MacDonalds window...<p><hr></blockquote><p>yyyyoouu'rree sccaarriinngg mmme.<br><br>You and Divide should go play ping-pong together and broadcast it over the internet.<br><br>
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