Letter to the Editor

It's perfectly clear

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Dear Editor,

With thousands of international relief organiations and billions of dollars spent annually on foreign aid, why are so many impoverished countries unable to grow their economies beyond mere survival?

The answer, my friends, is perfectly clear.

An ill-conceived Bible censorship, some analysts claim, could create a money vacuum that would spark renewed political party violence, lpossibly leading to the return of U.S. forces to Egypt, where they don't have the democracy.

Steve Stramel,


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  • Steve, Help me, please. For some reason your answer isn't making my perfectly clear light come on. "An ill-conceived Bible censorship..."? I do not understand the point, I guess. Please elaborate a bit, would you?

    Sincerely, Arley Steinhour

    -- Posted by Navyblue on Wed, Mar 4, 2009, at 4:03 PM
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