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Wednesday, June 2, 2004

Topic: Random Thoughts

While watching the World War II Memorial dedication, it occurred to me that had the post-9/11 George W. Bush been president in 1938, perhaps the loss of 55 million lives, and the most costly war in history, could have been averted. When Hitler took Czechoslovakia, W. would have said, "Let's roll." Would he have received from the Greatest Generation the vicious opposition he is receiving for doing the same today? It's possible, but I doubt it. If called, they would have served and sacrificed, just as they ultimately did.

Posted by Tim at 3:43 PM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, June 2, 2004 3:45 PM EDT
Tuesday, June 1, 2004

Topic: Random Thoughts

If you could travel back in time 60 years, and try to explain to a passerby that in 2004 both presidential candidates would be injured in the same month from falls off their bicycles, he would think you were nuts.

Posted by Tim at 3:06 PM EDT

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