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November 24, 2007



I appreciate the link, but I should point out that I do NOT find Krauthammer at all persuasive. The point of my post was to take issue with the premise underlying his article that "top-down reconciliation" is even possible. My argument is that the idea of "top-down" reconciliation is in many ways an oxymoron....which makes continued attempts to seek top-down reconciliation well, moronic.


Sorry, Mark. I didn't mean to imply that everyone in that list agreed with Krauthammer.

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