This can be done. But it's going to take a lot more.
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It's a risky proposition if people don't move, ... You don't want to just shake it up in a time of war.
Given the damage that just one oil spill or wrecked rig could do to shore communities that are heavily dependent on clean beach and ocean environments, it seems to me that undoing coastal moratoria is simply not worth it.
It will dispel the notion that the U.S. is a permanent occupying force, a theme used by the insurgents to justify their continued attacks.
AT&T should be required to provide a clear and straightforward system of calling time that will make it easier for our troops to call home, ... It disturbs me to think that companies are more interested in making a buck on our soldiers in Iraq than providing the quality services they have been paid to provide.
Given the damage that just one oil spill could do to a coastal community, it seems to me that undoing the moratorium is just not worth it.
Every year the Bush administration provides less aid to Armenia than the Congress envisages.
Because everything in India is civilian controlled. They have no history of trying to send nuclear weapons or technology to third parties.
The hurricane dominated the conversation and the war is no longer on the front burner.