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Date Posted: 19:35:35 09/07/05 Wed
Author: TastingTheBlood
Subject: dirka dirka
In reply to: Abish 's message, "Check this out!" on 12:15:12 09/05/05 Mon

I think he definitely has some very good points. He's obviously a very smart guy. But, there is a reason he is a dean of the Political Science department of Harvard... LOL. That is explained not only by his evidently high degree of intelligence, but also what he said on how to deal with nuclear threats. Unfortunately, I can't access that article anymore without registering with NYTimes.com, so I'll go by memory a bit.

But he said something along the lines of: the best way to deal with nuclear threats such as North Korea and Iran is to negotiated an end to nuclear programs on BOTH ends... meaning we go over and say, "Look Kim... if you stop, we'll stop." That is why he got to be dean of that department at Harvard and why he got a good review by the New York Times. LOL. His plan is based on trusting communists, terrorists, and madmen... which has its chances of working. But, the only way that could work is by the power of God, and I certainly did'nt see that included in his idea.

I think the book sounds interesting and I may want to read it sometime.

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  • The review brings up some interesting points. -- KathyT, 10:22:07 09/08/05 Thu

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