reply to post by g146541
It appears we do agree on something, there is no proof, other than tech for a nuke reactor.
Yet the terrorist israelis constantly ask the US to bomb them back to the stone age before it is too late.
Yes, we do agree on some grounds. And most of the debate is around reading the evidence available, rather than actually supporting or not the proof at
I'm just one of those people that don't like to label Israel like terrorists, or their actions as unjust, because, well, they might actually be
right, and we will just be the idiots who thought badly about them for ages.
I don't want to take the chance to look at this through years on end, and being wrong about it. Or being so focused on one side of the issue, that we
ignore valid points on the other side.
I'm the first to blame Israel for their wrong doings, but I'm not the first to dismiss anything their say. Something along the lines of the Peter
and the wolf analogy.
If they are going to do this, I just ask they do it without my children, my cash and my bombs.
There is something I agree with.
If this turns out to be a global threat, like Iran or Iran allies attacking several western countries, then yes, I would appreciate the U.S. support
and force in the issue. The same way I appreciate all the american people lost in WW2, fighting in a land that wasn't their own.
But local problems to local countries, and Israel doesn't have the excuse of not having the power to do it alone anymore. They have been gaining
support and funds from the west for decades. Including from Germany and the rest of Europe.
But the terrorists keep the story in the media how we are just about out of time.
If they are gonna set off a powderkeg I cannot do anything about it, what I can do however is teach the terrorist subversion that has murdered US
citizens and then covered up.
Although I don't agree with it, I do understand their feel for urgency. I just think they could do it in a different manner. They act and talk too
desperately, and that ends backfiring into their credibility.
Most of the events you call terrorism being done by Israel, it's caused by their rush to act, and more often than rarely, they make colossal
I have good reason to believe I will be writing in a vote once again.
I cannot vote for the lesser of two idiots.
Well, if you are saying that Obama and Romney are idiots, I do agree with you.
Ron Paul however, seems to be the only one with enough reason and logic in his mind that would enable him to make the U.S. as strong and rightful as
it was in the past. U.S. credibility has been tainted, and I don't like that.
The world needs a super-power that, at least, believes in the idea and concept of freedom. As much as it might seem lost during a period of time. I
don't see those ideals and concepts in many parts of the world that are currently being "defended" in public opinion.
People are so desperate to prove the U.S. wrong, that they end up siding with countries that have very few good ideals, and much less standards in
which we could all look forward to live under.