posted on Oct, 18 2012 @ 11:01 AM
reply to post by Wifibrains
Do you make the same decisions you did when you were 10? When you were 20?
You will not make the same decisions when you're 40, 50, etc.
You'll look back when you're 60 and say "I made some bad decisions when I was 20. I wish I could go back and change them." But you won't be able
to and you'll have to live with that for the rest of your life.
So, too, did the men who made the decision to drop the bomb and the men who actually did drop it. One of the latter committed suicide because he felt
such guilt. No one went unscathed.
I say this not to minimize the events we're discussing but to emphasize the point that it is too easy to judge from a distance what others thought
was right at the time. I understand that you disagree with what they did, but know that they are paying for their mistakes in the ultimate court of