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January 30, 2005

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Your Berlin Wall analogy is a good one. The same people who were unhappy about the fall of the Wall are unhappy now. Sometimes unhappiness is good!

I hear John Kerry is beside himself. :)

I would try to take this seriously just to be polite, but in case you missed it, the, ah, anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz was kind of recently? Not that I'm saying you're so blinded by libertarian ideology that you can't see between the American Revolution and the end of the Soviet Union anything that ever happened good. What about Afghanistan? They were so fundamentalist there they were blowing up statues so as not to make "graven images." Getting rid of the Taliban, who were stoning homosexuals, lashing those caught with televisions! doesn't outweigh this by just a bit?

Feh. Sorry. Really truly trying to take this seriously.

Whoa, big fella. Haven't you ever heard of hyperbole? Exaggeration for effect, dontcha know (also a literary reference to the book 1066 and All That). At any rate, you will be relieved to know that I have blogged -- with feeling -- about both the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and the obscene bombing of the giant Buddha statues.

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