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James Newton, webhost wrote:
> 60,000 people die on the freeways in the US every damn year.
> That is more US citizens than died in the entire Viet Nam war.
> I'm about sick of hearing about the 3,000 who died on 9/11
> Is being hit head-on by a drunk driver any better than being
> killed by a terrorist?
A sort of provocation to force List members express their
attitude, in my opinion. I'm sure you don't think so.
Well, let's go.
All the mess is not about 3,000 (or >6000, as I was told) who
died on 9/11. The point is that US government can not guarantee
global security to US citizens any more. To minimize the
danger of "being hit head-on by a drunk driver" one could
choose an appropriate style of life, road, auto, speed etc.
To minimize the danger of global terror one could do nothing.
Do you hear our Ukrainian communists screaming of 200
nuclear war-heads were lost when USSR crashed?
Are not them enough to surpass all the numbers of road
deaths for all years of the US and Europe history?
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