Talk:2003 in politics

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Fonzy, I guess you're taking this information from [1]. They state that Data from this site may be queried and copied on a not-for-profit basis only if the source is accurately credited. Shouldn't this be done on this page? D.D. 21:24 Jan 11, 2003 (UTC)

hmm yes I am, but i am trying to re-word things but i am nto very good at re-wording things, i prefer wikipedia to have its own data re-ritten, created. But for now yes i suppose qouting teh main source is ok. -fonzy

I deleted Information on this page is used with permission from Rulers; but please add more information even slighty reword to each point if you can. These are facts, nothing here is copyrightable. -- Zoe

Also, making use of non-for-profit licence would convert wikipedia into a non-for-profit publication, which is not the same as GFDL.

Not sure where else to put this ...

In General[edit]

  • 2003 will be remembered by future historians as the year the pretense of democracy in the United States ended. [2], [3], [4], [5], [6]

--Jerrod Day

That's not NPOV and therefore does not belong.--Jiang | Talk 02:37, 9 Dec 2003 (UTC)
OK. Thanks for the explaination and pointer. I'll study later on NPOV's discomfort with factual matters of evidence; or perhaps the discomfort is with the derived conclusion rather than the evidence.