Stretcher asks: “How do you imagine your life will change if the United States attacks Iraq?”
Nathan Burazer: I don’t think my life would change much. I just hope me and my friends and family can keep food on the table. War is very expensive and the economy is already wounded. My respect for the United States government will continue to dwindle, and my pride in being an American (if I ever had any) will, too. I think this is true for many Americans, this country is becoming increasingly divided and the best we can hope for is that the provocative events of late will bring the nation closer to a revolution of consciousness.

- Meredith Tromble [Friday, September 27th, 2002]


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