Bin Laden Comes Clean, War On Terror Continues
gojomo at usa.net
Thu Jan 15 10:44:38 PST 2004
Lucas Gonze wrote:
> There's no need to sweep those real deaths, that real tragedy, under the
> rug in order to not buy the Bush version of events. Those people died,
> and they died horribly. That doesn't mean that Osama bin Laden is a
> real threat.
Who do you think carried off the attacks? I think it was Bin Laden's
group. There are other groups that wish they could have done so, and
would if they could. That makes Bin Laden's group (and similar groups)
a real threat of similar attacks until they are neutralized.
> The question is how can we best defend ourselves.
Agreed, and it's a serious question. Suicide-attack terrorists
are not imaginary boogeymen who will can defeated by ignoring
> Let me say, also, that claiming the victims of 9/11 for the cause of
> right wing politics is a shameful thing.
No one can "claim" them. But the "cause" the memory of that event should
advance is seriousness -- even as the march of time makes it easier and
easier to blur the event into a hazy myth.
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