Monthly Archives: October 2006

Regarding Iraq–Letter to Washington Post, President Bush and VP Cheney

  If progress were being made in Iraq I would continue to support the efforts we are engaged in there. However, the continued presence of the  United States in that country appears to be a contributing factor to the blood bath that is … Continue reading

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Regarding Nuclear Threat to US–Letter to President Bush

  Dear Mr. President,   As an American I have to accept the fact that we are living in an age of heightened nuclear threats. We may one day be hit by one or more of these weapons.   Our will … Continue reading

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Regarding Increasing Nuclear Threat To U.S.–Letters to President Bush, Vice President Cheney and Senator Ensign

As an American I have to accept the fact that we are living in an age of heightened nuclear threats. We may one day be hit by one or more of these weapons.   Our will to use nuclear weapons preemptively is … Continue reading

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Regarding North Korea Obtaining the Nuclear Bomb–Letter to Washington Post

  We have to accept the fact that we are living in an age of heightened nuclear threats. We may one day be hit by one or more of these weapons.   Our will to use nuclear weapons is nil. Because of … Continue reading

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Regarding Foreign Policy and Iraq–Letters to President Bush, VP Cheney, and the Washington Post

  While I admire President Bush for his steadfastness in Iraq,recent thoughtful accounts of the real "facts on the ground" have changed my mind about the course we are following.   The complexity, and depth, of the Iraq blood bath … Continue reading

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Iraq Blood Bath–Letters to President Bush, VP Cheney, and Senator Ensign

Iraq is a blood bath. It is a complex web of twisted killing relationshipsbased on greed for oil, both intra and inter sectarian violence, and aninsurgency that consists of Saddam Hussein loyalists and foreigners, and agrowing al Qaeda presence that … Continue reading

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Regarding Sharply Increasing Casualties in Iraq–Letter to Washington Post

Iraq is a blood bath. It is a complex web of twisted killing relationships based on greed for oil, both intra and inter sectarian violence, and an insurgency that consists of Saddam Hussein loyalists and foreigners, and a growing al … Continue reading

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Regarding the Situation in Iraq–Letter to NY Times

  Warner’s comments about the situation moving "sideways" in Iraq are mild based on the "on the ground" assessments there.  Iraq is a blood bath. It is a complex web of twisted killing relationships based on greed for oil, both … Continue reading

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Regarding the Many Wars in Iraq with U.S. In the Middle–Letter to LA Times

This articleDeaths Across Iraq Show It Is a Nation of Many Wars, With U.S. in the Middle –  tells of a complex web of twisted confrontations in Iraq–the likes of which I have not read before. Even in the Kurdish … Continue reading

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Regarding Mounting Casualties in Iraq–Letter to Washington Post

  We have been drawn into the urban warfare that we dreaded at the beginning of this war.   There is only one way to defeat this enemy, and it is by grinding them down. But the stakes in American … Continue reading

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