Ken Her­ron

Calhoun Times - - OBITUARIES -

would still be op­er­at­ing in Canada to keep from send­ing the gov­ern­ment a list of donors.

There would be no prob­lem with Iran. We would not be con­cerned about their abil­ity to pro­duce a nu­clear weapon. They would prom­ise that the weapons that they pro­duce would only be for de­fen­sive pur­poses and they would never use them of­fen­sively ex­cept against Is­rael. Pres­i­dent Clin­ton would have asked them not to bomb Is­rael but as­sured them that we would not in­ter­fere with their ac­tions if they did. The United States would have cut off all aid to Is­rael and sub­stan­tially in­creased aid to Pales­tine. The United States would no longer sell weapons to Is­rael but they would sup­ply weapons to other Arab na­tions so that they could de­fend them­selves against at­tacks from Is­rael.

The sub­ject of a wall across the south­ern bor­der of the United States would be dead. In­stead, we wel­come any­one who would like to come across the bor­der to come into the United States us­ing only a pass­port for iden­ti­fi­ca­tion. They are wel­come to stay as long as they wish and work wher­ever they can find jobs. They do not have to re­port their in­come to any­one and they do not have to pay in­come taxes. The chil­dren that were brought into the United States as mi­nors are now el­i­gi­ble to ap­ply for cit­i­zen­ship.

There would no longer be a prob­lem with North Korea. The so­lu­tion to the prob­lem only re­quired the United States to ac­knowl­edge that North Korea had a right to nu­clear weapons as long as they were de­vel­oped for their own pro­tec­tion and not for at­tack­ing oth­ers. The North Kore­ans would have agreed

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