Monday, August 18, 2003

A welcome response


I wonder how George Bush would be remembered had he been President in 1938, having joined forces with Chamberlain to take out the Nazis? I'm certain that an assembly including C. Lindberg, J. Kennedy, Lord Darlington and E. O'Dowd would have jeered this most uncalled-for violation national sovereignty. They would have assured us that negotiation, and the good offices of the League of Nations would have avoided the sensless death of hundreds of our soldiers, bringing us instead peace in our time.



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