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Why aren't you discussing important issues like claims of 350 tons of nuclear munitions dumped on troops in the 'first' gulf war?
I'm sorry, but I'm getting tired of the 30-second 'sound-byte' handling of important issues facing this country and its very civility, in more or less a drive-through fashion.
We have some serious issues in this country, and if every network isn't under the puppetry of the IMF, then I'd like to see some issues dealt with without the MTV-styled, 'nothing-real' approach.
How can we continue to perform illegal acts, and throw big rocks at our neighbors? The U.N. has declared, for example, that nuclear waste ammunition is 'unnaceptable' and a 'violation' of international principles of warfare, and yet - we dumped 350 tons of expended-uranium munitions during the first gulf 'war.' If we stop asking important questions, simply because 'government' has stopped answering them, without double-talk designed to befuddle the simple-minded, then we are the loser - no matter the question.
I'll watch for a while, to see if there is anything worthwhile, but only for a time. Thanks for the opportunity to voice my opinion.
And you can choose to blacklist me or not - your choice. It's of no consequence to me to be sure.
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