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Old 09-24-2007, 06:30 PM
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I did read most of the comments, and they got progressively worse. The article was very well written and the author presented the facts very well. All that was meant by the article was that the MSP backed a motion to preserve the DELTA QUEEN - they were not saying they were looking to buy her, support her, or bring her to Scotland. :-) It's too bad that such a nice gesture of support for our cause got so far off the track! It was obvious that the commenters had not done their homework as the author had, since by the end the DQ was depicted as a rotting, abandoned, useless old hulk that the Americans were asking Scotland to restore!

Pat Traynor
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