Iraqi blogger Vahal made a comparison between Madeline Albright (he says he prefers to use the name "Halfbright"!) and GWB.
I honestly know nothing about that 1996 interview the blogger is referring to, so I'd like to hear your opinions because it seems to me that the math doesn't add up!
I mean according to the Albright's answer, (x) was worth it, when (it) at that time equaled zero (not to say less).
But now some people suggest that (√x) isn't worth it when today's (it) > zero (not to say it's a lot).
Of course every single human life is special and precious and I myself could have been part of that x or this √x but I'm discussing the subject their way.
I don't get it! Any ideas?