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    Awaking to a Dream

    March 28, 2004
    By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN

    Most of all, I want to wake up and read that John Kerry
    just asked John McCain to be his vice president, because if
    Mr. Kerry wins he intends not to waste his four years
    avoiding America's hardest problems - health care,
    deficits, energy, education - but to tackle them, and that
    can only be done with a bipartisan spirit and bipartisan
    team.


    http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/28/opinion/...4316b6787d5e5ad
    Norman Chad, syndicated columnist: “Sports radio, reflecting our sinking culture, spends entire days advising managers and coaches, berating managers and coaches, firing managers and coaches and searching the countryside for better middle relievers. If they just redirected their energy toward, say, crosswalk-signal maintenance, America would be 2 percent more livable.”

    "The best argument against democracy," someone (Churchill?) said, "is a five minute conversation with the average voter."

  • #2
    Originally posted by nick2@Mar 30 2004, 07:31 AM
    Awaking to a Dream

    March 28, 2004
    By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
    Friedman spends his entire life in a dream world.

    He should hope he never has to wake up.

    He should especially hope he never has to wake up and "confront" problems such as earning an honest living.

    And while Friedman dreams of utopia, the plunder continues.............

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    • #3
      Friedman spends his entire life in a dream world
      Not that there's anything wrong with that ... ... ....

      Come on, a bipartisan ticket would be a good thing, don't you think?
      Norman Chad, syndicated columnist: “Sports radio, reflecting our sinking culture, spends entire days advising managers and coaches, berating managers and coaches, firing managers and coaches and searching the countryside for better middle relievers. If they just redirected their energy toward, say, crosswalk-signal maintenance, America would be 2 percent more livable.”

      "The best argument against democracy," someone (Churchill?) said, "is a five minute conversation with the average voter."

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nick2@Mar 30 2004, 08:09 AM
        Friedman spends his entire life in a dream world
        Not that there's anything wrong with that ... ... ....

        Come on, a bipartisan ticket would be a good thing, don't you think?
        A bipartisan ticket?

        Ah........UTOPIA!!!!!!!

        All the problems of the world could be solved, if only career politicians from competing parties could join the same ticket.

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