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[Nov. 21st, 2004|11:13 pm]
Note to everyone - if you think I'm crazy.. please assure me that I am - but with every passing day I cringe at the thought of what our government is doing. . . and well not everyone agrees. Went to a dinner yester at Leigh's brother's house - and it was lovely & fun - but.. when the issue of politics came up - I think I came across as odd person out. People really can think Bush is on track? , aksjd;ajksdj
Sunday is the day of Political shows on TV - and as much as I try to avoid listening to news shows - the few bits I catch just make me incredibly sad/nervous/upset/... I saw a piece about a young fellow who lives in Fellujah - his home/ factory all destroyed & he is totally an innocent like so many - like so many in Iraq, innocent like the soldiers we send there - and well I do believe that the policies of this administration will create more Terror.. I try not to think too much about it because it makes me incredibly nervous
I know what you mean about Bush- I am like hearing things about "this could be just a rebellion or it could be the start of THE new war." I was just like WHAT THE-?! Yeah- and his cabinet leaving him one at a time... I dunno- I feel kinda like in a daze about living here... I am crazy too.
Why Tet-chan, that shade of lipstick looks lovely on you ^3~
Why is it that the topic of politics inevitably comes up at every dinner conversation? It does nothing but put a damper on an otherwise relaxed evening. :/ If people don't agree on something politically, there's very little chance of one convincing the other of their point of view. I don't understand people sometimes ..... If you're crazy, then I must be certifiably insane @.@
Did I ever mention that I love Tetsu's butt hands?
And then secondly, there IS something you can do. If all the people who oppose Bush's policy join and actively protest/put pressure on him, you can change things. Unity is the key. But as long as people just sit and sulk, nothing will change. (and as long as I keep reading that hordes of Americans are leaving their country, nothing will change either) Yes, Bush's policies will spawn more horror and terrorism. American news-shows won't say it as openly as it is being said abroad (and it's been said for several months) It's the people of the US who have to stop him. Take it from someone who has a fairly good knowledge of what hell looks like.