« on: May 14, 2007, 12:46:58 PM »
Huge turn offs: American U financial aide, U of Washington Gates program and Lewis & Clark.
Do you think that the Holocaust could happen again?
I am not referring simply to mass murder, but more specifically, to a crime as organized, industrial and disspasionate as what happened to the Jews (among groups), occuring in an industrialized western democracy. Could we have a situation in a nation in Europe, or even here in North America, where a dormant prejudice leads to something as widespread and horrifying as the Holocaust? Or, if you want to answer my Q this way, could widespread anti-semitism appear again in Europe?
Has Western Civilization finally moved beyond fanatical racism and religious/ideological zeal? I have my thoughts, but I am interested in what others think. I'll admit, I recently toured the US Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC and it has gotten me thinking.
At least this President has a backbone and is standing up for the issues that he believes in right or wrong. He's also one of the few President's who actually is doing the very things he said he would when he was elected. Believe it or not it would be pretty sad if the President made all of his decisions based off of the recent polls. Last time I checked most Americans are pretty uninformed on politics and they aren't privy to all the information that the President has if they are.
Hey congrats on Villanova, that is awesome.
Thank you, I'm definitely hoping to fall in love with Denver or absolutely hate it. I know hating it isn't likely, but if I absolutely love it my decision will be a little easier. Any advice on places to go or things to do?
If you need ideas on programs, go to their website. Be careful promising attendance though, unless you are absolutely sure you mean it.
Why? It's not like a LOCI is a binding contract.