Letter to the Editor

‘Never again’?

Arroyo GrandeSeptember 4, 2013 

We took our time getting into World War II, and afterward we said, “never again.”

We took our time going in to stop the ethnic cleansing in Bosnia, and President Bill Clinton said we waited too long.

Then there was the conflict in Rwanda, when thousands and thousands were killed.

Now we have Syria, with at least 100,000 dead even before the sarin gas. What does “never again” mean?

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