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When Vision is Dim, Turn to D Pipes!

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Submitted by Billy Sublett (United States), Nov 29, 2007 at 14:38

Mr. Daniel Pipes,

You are absolutely on point with this conclusion---w/o recognition, there is nothing to talk about. ‘Right of return' and the Golan are possible & dangerous topics in Olmert's weak, damaged leadership capacity. Let's stand together, resolute in these times when vision is dim; for that is when the wolves come. Thanks for your great work, writings & message delivered---keep up the fight. Hope you'll come soon to Hampden-Sydney again!

Best,

C. William (Billy) Sublett '73

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