After careful consideration, Gary Smith wrote:
>Yes, our nation tends to concentrate on wars that affect us. Yes, oil is
>a consideration because people like you and me enjoy our cars and
>electricity.  However, blaming us for Africa's problems is wrong. Even
>with our vast resources, we don't have limitless resources. We have gone
>into a few African nations before to help. Remember Sudan? Just how were
>we to stop a genocide war in Rwanda?

In my view, you are just explaining why our foreign and military policies 
are immoral.  You aren't explaining how they are moral. Or if you are, it 
is escaping me.  This country is the largest free trade block on earth. If 
there is any nation that could be self-sufficient, it is this one.  We 
don't need to go about the earth killing whomever we please in order to 
protect our "interests."


John W. Redelfs                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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"It may be, for instance, that nothing except the power of
faith and the authority of the priesthood can save
individuals and congregations from the atomic holocausts
that surely shall be."  --Bruce R. McConkie
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All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR

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