Monday, February 07, 2005
Is The SAEN Catching On?
"You can feel the situation has changed," said Haider Abdul Hussein, 30, a pharmacy owner. "People seem to linger on the street longer. You can feel the momentum, the sense of optimism."
Hello, Ms. Ives, are you listening? I am not saying that Iraq is out of danger, but it helps to keep things in perspective. And as the SAEN tells us on page 8A in a report from Mexico via the Associated Press, Iraq is not the only dangerous place left in the World:
On Saturday unidentified gunmen with automatic weapons killed three policemen and a 15-year-old bystander in three separate Guerrilla-style attacks in the Acapulco area.
Darn it, they missed their big chance to run this healine: "Acapulco streets run with blood."