even though in the process we end up giving the violent ones precisely what they want —
If military brass are willing to start weighing rights against American blood spilled, where’s the line?
From “Everybody Draw Mohamed” to 'South Park's Mohamed character to a church burning the Koran.
Wouldn't repealing “don’t ask, don’t tell,” and the media coverage play poorly in Iraq and Afghanistan? Might they revolt/protest against our troops for opening the doors to a practice they don't believe in? Where do we draw the line in efforts to cater to their sensitivity?
Asked by Anonymous at 3:02 PM on Sep. 8, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
Pacifism is not always the answer.
It doesn't matter your outlook. It's not always the answer.
The people who've had to protect this nation over the years haven't always had that luxury, so that you can have it.
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