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You stop talking about Warren Christopher that way. We wouldn't be in the
foreign policy mess we're in now if Warren Christopher were alive!
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"Better to be judged by twelve, than carried by six"
On Mon, 3 Oct 1994, Richard Sobocinski wrote:
> Joe (jtchew -at- lbl -dot- gov) said:
> I'm just glad the chalkstripes that were in favor with some
> minions of the Reagan administration never really came to be
> considered The Suit (tm) and seem to be passe' now. Wearing
> one of those, I'd feel like I was on my way to hose down one
> of my business rivals with a tommy gun.
> You must be confused. Have you ever had a gander at the
> threads worn by Warren Christopher, of the current
> administration? I think he uses the same tailor as Gomez
> Addams. I hope he doesn't have a tommy gun; I'd be afraid
> he'd fall asleep with the safety off.