Andrew C. Oliver
acoliver at nc.rr.com
Tue Oct 2 06:41:04 EDT 2001
Actually I think the more appropriate quite to sum that one up is
"I disagree with everything you're saying, but I'd die for your right to
Which I think was Thomas Pane, but I could be wrong.
I agree to a certain point. Support peace protesters, defend the right
to do so, but when the terrorists crash a plane into the peace protest,
I'll probably be more inspired to say I told you so than stage another
This is religious to the people who directly commit these acts, in the
Jerry Fallwell sense of religion. To the people who commence them, its
about power, religion is an excuse. The appeasement analogy holds.
>Subject: RE: Peace Rally
>From: "Shea Tisdale" <shea at sheatisdale.com>
>Date: Mon, 01 Oct 2001 21:57:17 -0400
>They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
>safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin
>I support the idea of decisive action and I'm not opposed to war - but
>I fully support and will defend the rights of the peace protestors. I
>respect those that have given their lives for the cause so much
>that I can't let them down by not doing so.
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