If you wish to disagree, please address my argument, which is about the
disanalogy of WWII. The added "ethos" was simply to note that this is not
a matter of good v. evil people. Note the American Council of Churches
and Tutu, not just the Pope, with whom I nearly always disagree.
Date sent: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 13:37:44 EST
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From: Kate Troy <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: OT--GOOD TO KNOW/Disanalogous
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In a message dated 3/21/2003 12:19:39 PM Eastern Standard Time,
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> to attack and dismiss those
> who hate this war is to deal with the fact that it is also opposed by
> Jimmy Carter, Desmond Tutu, the Pope, and nearly all of the American
> Council of Churches.
You mean the same Pope who tells people not to use birth control, that
it's a sin. The more significant names are the ones you didn't cite.
More than 70% of not famous Americans support the War and that
probably gone up now that our boys are on the ground fighting with their
lives in danger. .