[Paleopsych] bush speech
shovland at mindspring.com
Sun Jan 23 07:02:37 UTC 2005
Many of us feel that the election was
stolen (again) and that Bush is a
How can we make peace with that?
This is a time for conflict, not peace-making.
As our good book says "a time for war,
a time for peace etc etc"
From: Michael Christopher [SMTP:anonymous_animus at yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, January 22, 2005 9:26 AM
To: paleopsych at paleopsych.org
Subject: [Paleopsych] bush speech
>>The Bush inauguration speech today was much
better than one might have predicted. I really hope
that key Democrats will give it proper credit as
a kind of unifying starting point that we can all
agree on, and all agree to try to maximize...<<
--I agree it was an inspiring speech, and it deeply
troubles me that anger on the Left is so strong that
it will no work alongside Bush to decrease the
pressure on him to do anything "messianic" at the
wrong time. Equally troubling is the fascist vibe from
the Right any time Bush is criticized. Is there no
compassionate, clear-headed middle capable of
forgiving Bush for his mistakes, while not making
excuses for poor strategy?
A peace deal between Israel and Palestine is so close
at hand. Does Bush have the balls to broker a deal
that his Evangelical followers are sure to call a
"false peace"? I hope to God he does.
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