RE: Bush's War on Terrorism

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Date: Thu Apr 18 2002 - 00:04:53 BST

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    Thanks for the thoughtful post, Scott. What is the Weinberger doctrine?

    > I watched "Politically Incorrect" with Bill Maher last night and
    > have come
    > to the concusion that we in the US do have a deep set tendency to
    > view that
    > conflict through the lenses of pro-Israeli sentiment. It's hard for us to
    > see the Palestinian POV. It seemed from some of Dubya's rhetoric and
    > Powell's stances that the US would have a more neutral or even-handed
    > approach. If we can't be neutral, this matter needs to rest
    > solely with the
    > U.N. The US does NOT need to commit our forces to that region as
    > peacekeepers. I don't think we've got the necessary objectivity, plus I'm
    > for commitments more in line with the Weinberger doctrine.

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