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  •  sorry, i was not diparaging you personally (0+ / 0-)

    or I did not mean to.

    Your comment above is exactly the hope and genuine benevolence I wish for, I was merely channeling what a citizen of the world might think of us through one American who realizes that much of what comes from us is more bluster than truth.

    If you check my comments here you must find I always argue America must open more not close, meaning, to be engaged in a positive way with the world instead of trying to control it. There are no more superpowers, survival and prosperity now mean being flexible and quick not immovable wall.

    I do believe this is the essential hook in which we all hang on; in 2004 so many were hoping Bush's reign of arrogance would surely be turned back and somehow...Well, many of us smell a rat, and yet collectively the country shrugged again in 2004 as it had in 2000.

    It's ironic to me to hear Bush brag about how free and fair elections are the key to Democracy when he is right; I only wish such critical milestones were guaranteed in this country,too.

    Peace be on you.

    My sig line is an original quote to remind the world that when things look wrong, they actually might be, and it's time to stop thinking that things like that don't happen here. They have, and we're still fools on many levels.

    George Orwell is banging on the lid of his coffin and screaming, "1984 was a cautionary tale, you dolts, not a motivational speech!"

    by snafubar on Fri Jan 18, 2008 at 10:04:27 AM PST

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