Reactions to the attack on America
It was a cowardly attack, and only a coward would kill innocent people and then hide like the little rat that Osama bin Laden is
Violet Cooke, Saint John, NB
I work in downtown Montreal, and since Sept. 11 our lives have changed. We feel the racial tension around us. Just before the attack on the United States, we witnessed terrorism in Ireland - people killing themselves for differences in their religion. Why is it they never resolve this problem? We talk about Muslim fanatics, but we forget others.
Canada's immigration policy is nothing short of a joke. Anyone who enters this country illegally should not be permitted to stay.
Finally, somebody had the guts to show the United States what it is like to be bombed (well, kind of). I am honestly sorry for the totally innocent people on the planes and inside the buildings they hit, but I am also sorry for all the thousands of innocent people killed by the "world police."
TAZ, Kobe, Japan
The government of President George W. Bush, under the pretext of defending democracy, is proposing legislation that would reduce the freedoms enjoyed by Americans. That is hypocrisy. What I see is everyone's rights going down the democratic toilet and most people are brainlessly cheering it on. That's hypocrisy.