> Marc Schindler:
> ... but from the article in the latest Economist, ...
> Let me see if I can illustrate, ...
> That's my speculation, and I'm not an expert -- I'm just
> thinking out loud. Does it make sense, do you think?
> That's my take on it, fwiw.
> _______________
> I personally believe we may very well find that it was an
> attack.  I just hate to rush into confusions not supported
> by the record, and the Economist, based on your post,
> was taking a position 180 out from the rest of the wire
> services.

Wouldn't be the first time. They're actually hawkish on Iraq, which I disagree
with, even though I have the highest of respect for The Economist (you may have

> This is one of the dangers in jumping to conclusions
> based on first reports.  Conclusions are much safer
> jumped to after additional information is gathered and
> consumed, IMO.  However, I would be the first to admit
> that this method is decidedly less exciting.
> Larry Jackson

Marc A. Schindler
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland

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