On Tue, Jul 05, 2005 at 06:54:04PM -0700, Justin Mason wrote:
> 'The theme, or the background music, to both of these particular
> directives (the CII and Services Directives) you could see as part of,
> anti-globalisation, anti-Americanism, anti-big business protests -- in
> lots of senses, anti-the opening up of markets'
as a citizen of ireland and america i can easily outsource myself to 2
out of 7 continents (and apparently australia's not that hard either),
i'm curious what shallow sound-bite mr. mccreevy would explain my opinion
that s/w patents should not be allowed.
and i'm sure anti-globalisation protesters oppose s/w patents.
from the tv i see they also support the idea of wearing clothes.
following mccreevy's logic i assume he supports mandatory public nudity?
grumble, grumble, grumble...
kevin lyda ~ dems for torture: salazar(co/10) landrieu(la/08) pryor(ar/08)
kevin at ie.suberic.net ~ nelson(fl/06) nelson(ne/06) lieberman(ct/06) 2/2/04
Those who refuse to raise their voices against something as clearly evil
as torture are enablers, if not collaborators. --Bob Herbert, 2/11/04
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