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Sun Feb 17 18:48:17 MST 2002
Red Globe wrote:
> At the time the so-called democratic elections were set-up, a faction of the
> FSNL had a become quite weak
> for me it looks still a big mistake to have that elections been
> held at that time (not mention the question of elections in a cardinal way).
So, the FSLN was incorrect for being repressive and for having only "so-called
democratic elections" AND it was incorrect for holding elections at all.
"Perhaps it is a universal truth that the loss of liberty at home is to be
charged against provisions against danger, real or pretended from abroad."
---- James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, May 13, 1798
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