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On Tuesday, February 26, 2002, at 01:39 , Lawrence DeBivort wrote:
> what we are doing - Afghanistan, "war on terrorism" language,
> Ashcroft legal actions, emphasis on hardening US targets rather than
> defusing terrorist motivation -- all of this is stupid and ineffective.
Can you point to an _unstupid_ national policy and actions,
anywhere in the world? We all want enlightened leaders, but
really, I personally don't know of any government anywhere that
is a shining example of non-stupidity.
And I'm _not_ trying to wave any flags.
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