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Where did THAT come from?

I read my E-mail from a remote site this morning. I was absolutely amazed at 
the comparison of Ronald Reagan to Adolf Hitler. My pulse is now steady. I 
have had 2 "Scotch Guards" (that's for you Rebecca). My blood temp. is down 
to 98.6 and the bulging vein in my neck has all but disappeared. 

To those of you who are not American, you could not know how we feel about 
Ronald Reagan. At a time when we were feeling low and unsure of ourselves, he 
brought an honesty, forcefulness, leadership, and direction to our identity. 
Although many men and women were responsible for ending the "Cold War", 
Reagan was perhaps the most influential. 

Hitler was involved in genocide, murder, and aggression. I have been to 
Dachau (a concentration camp near Munich Germany) and have saw the ovens that 
the helpless Jewish were sent. It made me cry. I have no Jewish bloodlines, 
but witnessed an older lady kneeling at one of the shrines inside this camp 
and wailing as if the events had just happened.

 Rob seems to be untrustworthy of politicians and other civil servants. Did 
you lose a class president's election in primary school? 

On this morning of the aniversary of Roslin Moor, I wore my Clan Sinclair 
badge and told my co-workers of William Sinclair and his battle with the army 
of Edward II. I expected there would be many notes on the discussion list 
concerning his fight for "what was right". Instead I find Ronald Reagan being 
compared to Adolph Hitler. Simply ridiculous! If it weren't for people like 
Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, and Michel Gorbichev we would be playing 
the same games as what occurs in the Middle East. 

If your note was meant to be humorous, I didn't get it!@#$%^&*.
Donald Sinclair (Indianapolis)
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