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Dear Colleagues, My humble offering to the BBC's 3 questiontions: 1) have you been affected by the US/UK's invasion 2003? 2) has the presents of the US/UK armies in Iraq been good? 3) have the troops finished their job in Iraq? best, tom p.s. if by another miracle, BBC publishes this would someone please let me know? The equipment here at our lovely bastion of learning keeps crashing, so Internet is a chancy thing, like sanity, down the street at the White House. nagy wrote: > #1) Yes, I have been affected by blowback-- though a tenured professor I have > been denied effective opportunity to communicate with my colleages. When Bush > et al. trash the Bill of Rights, why should profs. think they will enjoy the > "luxury" of free, effective communications, even with their peers? > > #2) It depends on what BBC means by good If good means more infants die > due to the fact that the US puts priority on looting oil but not on supplying > safe water even for kids, then having the troops in Iraq is not just good > its, great! > > #3) Not really, the troops have not had a chance to do a fully Zippo job on > Iraq like they did on Vietnam. Maybe they need to adjust for the composition > of houses by borrowing a few of the armered > bulldozers the U.S. gave Gen. Sharon. > > Tom > Thomas J. Nagy, Ph.D. > Assoc. Prof. of Expert Systems > George Washington Univeristy Sch. of Business & Public Mgt. > Washington, D.C. 20052 > home.gwu.edu/~nagy _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk