posted on Dec, 15 2002 @ 01:25 PM
Pretty ignorant statements for an Eintein, I have to say.
Saying that we bomb every nation we see as a threat is obviously incorrect, therefore ignorant. It ignores the obvious fact that there are many
nations that are a threat, or harbor threats yet have not been "bombed" by us.
We are not the only one that uses space, and we will not ever be the only one who uses space. Yet technology leads us to using space for
defensive/offensive items, and it would be foolish not to protect our nation in the best ways possible.
There is no evidence (anti-American rhetoric and theorizing doesn't count as evidence. Sorry) that the U.S. has any desire to conquor the world, and
the U.S. past, in and of itself illustrates the foolishness of saying we are only concerned with our interests. As a matter of fact, a little thought
of the situation would cause one to understand that we have actually helped the world more than most other nations. Whether that is because we are in
a better position to help others or because it is in our national character, or maybe both, is beside the point. The point is, you are no Einstein!
Also, I think it's time for everyone to open their eyes and realize that we are not the reason for all their ills, and to realize also that our
government is not for the well-being of the world but for us. So quit making it sound as if it is wrong for not having the rest of the world nearest
to its heart. That is your government's job, not mine. We Americans get tired of our government spending so much of our money for other's,
[Edited on 15-12-2002 by Thomas Crowne]