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[casi] My thoughts on tonight's news about inspections..

Dear List,

Annan announcing that he has received a letter that states Iraq is willing to allow UN inspectors 
back in to prevent chiaos is not what Bush & Dick were hoping for..

I think that the US will set the bar too high for weapons inspections to the point that Iraq will 
not comply (or possibly not be able to accomodate to).. maybe the US will require a new inspections 
policy, if you will. The result will turn out to be a big roll of red tape in my opinion.

This will give the US the excuse to proceed with war. I am more skeptical with the US' tactics at 
this point than I am of the willingness of Iraq to re-admit inspectors.

What are your thoughts?

~ Anai Rhoads

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Forgiveness breaks the chain of causality because he who forgives you -- out of love--takes upon 
himself the consequences of what you have done. Forgiveness, therefore, always entails a sacrifice.

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