Saturday, November 25, 2006

Fwd: Delta Vs Breast feeding

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From: V.C.Job
Date: Nov 25, 2006 10:13 AM
Subject: Delta Vs Breast feeding
To: Naam Dubai <>, Murali <>, murali
rifa <>

"Doan, Lynn"wrote:
Subject: RE: Delta Vs Breast feeding
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 07:11:56 -0600
From: "Doan, Lynn"
To: "V.C.Job"

Thank you for your e-mail. I would be happy to pass this along to my
editor to be considered as a letter to the editor in the newspaper.

Let me know if you're interested,


From: V.C.Job
Sent: Wed 11/22/2006 4:13 AM
To: Doan, Lynn
Subject: Delta Vs Breast feeding

L Doan,
I am surprised, outraged and horrified over reading about the mother
and father along with the infant being thrown out of a plane about to
take off for the mother breast feeding the child.
I have travelled half the world and had never come accross such
atrocity any where. If this happened in America, it has to hang its
head in shame. The president himself should appologize to the whole
world. How Delta formulates its policy as to what is right and what is
wrong. In America any one could make his or her on rule? I have seen
Saudi women who cover head to foot breast feed their infants exposing
themselves but still covering the rest of their body. On what grounds
the air line staff evoked the rule? Is it indecent exposure? Public
nuisance? Insanity? obsenity? I want to hear about it. If Delta says
the employee was new , what about the captain with out whose knowledge
the expulsion could not have taken place.
The whole episode is murkey and a sham on the american civilization.
You teach the world how to behave but utterly fail to behave
yourselves. Once I was travelling from Agra to Delhi by Indian air
lines and my next seat fellow was an American young man clad only in
tiny shots and a vest. I asked him do you think you are decently
dressed to travel in a passenger plane? his answer was what is wrong
with it? I have some clothes on me. I left him like that. But the
Indian air lines or the Indian people did not throw him out of the
The family deseved better treatment from Delta and the american people
need to learn many things from others.
best regards

V. C. Job ( Kuwait)

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