2007-01-04 / Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Compiled by Bill O'Neill

Question: In years to come, what will you think you'll remember most - it may be of a personal nature, a particular news event or anything that comes to mind - about 2006? Why?


"The war in Iraq didn't go as well as Ihad hoped. We don't do well fighting that type of war - fighting ideologies with conventional military force."
- Andrew Benford, Canarsie"The war in Iraq didn't go as well as Ihad hoped. We don't do well fighting that type of war - fighting ideologies with conventional military force." - Andrew Benford, Canarsie"What I will remember is that 2006 was a happy time, getting together with friends, family, parties. And all the famous people who died in 2006 -  may they rest in peace -  and there be world peace, harmony and less crime in 2007."
- Laurie Corliss, Canarsie"What I will remember is that 2006 was a happy time, getting together with friends, family, parties. And all the famous people who died in 2006 - may they rest in peace - and there be world peace, harmony and less crime in 2007." - Laurie Corliss, Canarsie"I had a very bad car accident with my truck. The truck got flipped over -  and I had to be cut out of the truck. That made me realize that every day is precious - and to count my blessings and to thank very much the police and fire department who cut me out of the truck and saved my life."
- Barbara Rice, Canarsie"I had a very bad car accident with my truck. The truck got flipped over - and I had to be cut out of the truck. That made me realize that every day is precious - and to count my blessings and to thank very much the police and fire department who cut me out of the truck and saved my life." - Barbara Rice, Canarsie"The thing I'll remember most is that the war in Iraq is one of the biggest mistakes in the history of our nation. It's a mistake because Iraq had no Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD's) -  and here it is, five or six years later, and Osama Bin Laden is still at large."
- Andrew F., Canarsie"The thing I'll remember most is that the war in Iraq is one of the biggest mistakes in the history of our nation. It's a mistake because Iraq had no Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD's) - and here it is, five or six years later, and Osama Bin Laden is still at large." - Andrew F., Canarsie

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