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People here are tolking about President Bush's
remark "I will not forget Japanese citizens abucted
by North Korea...."

http://in.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idINIndia-30543820071116
Some people seem to be saying "I will not forget...." does
not necessarily show 'resolute determination'.
Such a political issue is difficult to discuss, I think, but if
I could have some opinions about the usage of that phrase,
I'd be very happy.

Thank you.
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It shows as much resolute determination as we are likely to get out of George.
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According to the article, it's:

1. We will not forget the Japanese abductees nor their families

What has been said about the phrasing, Anon?

MrP