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We have no right to decide for others

If we assume that we should remove from office any irresponsible leader who we think has weapons of mass destruction at his disposal, or may have soon, and who we fear may choose to use them on innocent civilians, then it follows that serious consideration must be given to removing George Bush from the office of president of the U.S.A.

We are supposed to have the right to choose our own leaders, but who gave us the right to decide who should lead other countries?

Harold Blickenstaff

Nevada City

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