John, I hesitate to get into this, but your rhetoric lately mystifies me.
What exactly do you mean by "pick a fight?"  OK, you believe that President
Bush is lying and that he is out of control.  Fine.  You believe that no one
is out to get us (remember, even paranoids have enemies).  Fine.  You don't
believe that Saddam is helping terrorists. Fine.  You don't believe that
even though Saddam used crop dusters to spread biological WOMM and the Al
Quaeda geeks here in the US were interested in crop dusters, that Saddam
would supply biological agents for these terrorists to use.  Fine.  OK, so
you believe that we must never do anything to protect liberty anywhere.

Everyone has a right to be wrong.  But what, exactly, do you believe our
responsibilities to be, knowing that from whom much is given, much is
expected?  Where is your line in the sand?


John W. Redelfs wrote:

> Why would the USA lower its tariffs, allow most of its heavy industry to
relocate overseas, and become dependent on the rest of the world for almost
everything, and then get into a war?  How would war with China affect
Wal-Mart?  How would Wal-Mart going belly up affect our national economy?
I'm just curious why 1) we would make ourselves dependent on the rest of the
world for almost everything except computer software, and then 2) pick a

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