And now a letter so dumb (as opposed to the previous one which was merely ill-advised), that it can only be:
The Letter o' the Day-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay
Letter of the day: Iraq can do without any U.S.-built walls
Regarding the "security barrier" we're building in Iraq: President Bush would do well to heed the words of one of his American idols, who, like himself, was a scandal-free outspoken advocate for peace. Ronald Reagan, a k a "the Great Prevaricator," [huh? -ed.] as I recall once challenged a fellow oligarch to "tear down that wall."
Hasn't the Bush administration built enough walls between us and the rest of the world?
WILLARD B. SHAPIRA, MINNEAPOLIS
Anyone who cannot draw a moral distinction between walls built for purposes of self-defense, and those built to imprison a population must have the intellect, wit and vast spare time to think up such stupidities to be a serial op-ed letter writer.
Oooo. He's a commie too!