RE: Rumsfeld Says He May Drop New Office of Influence
From: Joachim Maier (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 27 2002 - 12:09:10 GMT
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From: Joachim Maier <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: Rumsfeld Says He May Drop New Office of Influence
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I agree with you that it is a great help to have a possibility to bounce
back some ideas. And more power to you if you use the list to check
out ideas before applying them to real world situations.
Yes, I imagined you would not be a Bush voter, and even so I would be
surprised, I might be wrong on this.
I agree with Grants posting.
Even so I do appreciate you attitude, I'm a bit worried that a
certain righteousness shines through your words here. I just do not know
if what you see as betterment is the same as what I or all the other
people you influence see as betterment.
- Stupid and intelligent are relative terms, not absolutes. Any
administration in any government will be relatively more or less stupid
or intelligent than any other. The policy a government turns out is the
result of input by hundreds, if not thousands, of individuals with
differing goals and opinions . . .
- And yes, I do think our efforts, whether we are in or out of
- should be orinted toward betterment of the human condition. I'm not
- interested in anything else.
There is even a more critical issue, and that has to do with Grants
remarks. I have heard and believe we humans can at the most handle 3
independent thoughts in our mind at any one time. With the uncountable
issues out there in the political world, I would have appreciated if you
would have included as your first the notion not to do any
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