Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/08/08

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Dumb camera thieves
From: Allan Wafkowski <>
Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 18:45:01 -0400

I've been cast as a rabid patriot, but that is far from the truth. I 
have no respect for a system that allows millions of children to be 
slaughtered each year through abortion. (Please people, don't bother 
writing me with pro-abortion sentiments. I've heard them all, and they 
all sound like the meanderings of lunatics.) A country that allows 
children to have their heads pulled out far enough to plunge scissors 
into, but not far enough to be deemed a child is insane. My "support" of 
America is based on an understanding that there are few is any countries 
that are more moral than the U.S. We start off on a level playing field 
of all being skunks.

There is nothing that I disagree with below. But, you have qualified 
your words with: "I would just like to see a system...." So would I, but 
that's not where we are. It's a big leap for me to get past abortion, 
but that's where we are. Reality must be met.


On Thursday, August 8, 2002, at 05:31 AM, Daniel Ridings wrote:
> No, I would just like to see a system of balance of power, much like 
> the executive-judicial-legislative system in the US government. 
> Granted, the US has gotten a bad rap because it gets involved in so 
> much crap (and once every 50 years does a good turn and lives high on 
> it for the rest of that generation) ... so I can understand not wanting 
> to put the cards on the table.

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