Wednesday, March 16, 2011

A North American Professor Writes to B.O. About Slitting the Throats of Babies.

This is a most interesting blog found in the Jerusalem Post today.  The author is a professor at a Canadian University.  He asks B.O. a great question.  I'd love to hear the answer he won't get.

Take a look for yourself.  What do we tell our children and our grand-children?  How do we go to sleep at night in our comfortable beds when there are places in the world that are targets for this kind of activity discussed here.

I'm convinced that the big players have no intention of solving this conflict.  I'm also convinced that they can't even if they wanted to.  But it really irks me to see how little the big players are really doing in the Middle East -- in Israel, in Libya, and even in Egypt.  Lots of talk, no action.

By their decisions or lack thereof, each day they make the world, for more and more people, a place in which the battle is to merely survive rather than to pursue life at its best.  Thank you so much B.O. and friends.  You are indeed building a legacy that you never dreamed of.

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