[Freemanlist2] LETTER TO EDITOR FROM WILLIAM LANGFAN, FREEMAN CENTER BOARD MEMBER
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WILLIAM K. LANGFAN
Member, Board of Directors
Freeman Center For Stratetgic Studies
March 15, 2007
Senator Lieberman delivered a speech to AIPAC in Washington on March 13, 2007. It does not appear that any of the major newspapers covered this speech. There were several parts of this speech which were so important that I have decided to convey several of them in this letter.
There is something profoundly wrong when opposition to the war in Iraq seems to inspire greater passion than opposition to Islamic extremism.
There is something profoundly wrong when there is so much distrust of our intelligence community that some Americans doubt the plain and ominous facts about the threat to us posed by Iran .
And there is something profoundly wrong when in the face of attacks by radical Islam, we think we can find safety and stability by sitting back, by talking to and accommodating our enemies and abandoning our friends and allies.
Some of this wrong-headed thinking about the world is happening because were in a political climate where so many people when George Bush says yes, their reflex action is no.
The esteemed historian of the Middle East , Bernard Lewis, . . . said last week that when he looks at the world today and the threats which we face, it reminds him of the 1930s and that he hears far more voices that sound like Chamberlain than like Churchill. And so I challenge each of you to find the voice of Churchill inside yourself, and let it be heard . . . throughout the nation in the days and years ahead.
Very truly yours,
William K. Langfan
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