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March 19, 2012

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Bruce Nelson

Finally, days of reckoning may finally be upon the backs of the war mongrs who literally killed over 4000 American boys and girls and crippled tgens of thousands of others...for what? There is no intelligent answer to that question...just suffering.

Sidney Gendin

Henry Whittaker of the Dept. of Justice, remarks, “Let’s not forget that this is conduct that occurred in a foreign combat zone.” Whitaker invokes the absurd distinction that what is atrocious in one place need not be considered atrocious elsewhere. This idea makes a mockery of a fundamental rule of morality, (fundamental, at least to philosophers), that principles of conduct must be applied universally.

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