Last edited by ecofarm; 01-07-13 at 10:58 AM.
What I find amazing is that some people can claim:
1. Terrorists have no option and are pushed into targetting civilians.
2. The US was not pushed into torturing the top three terrorists in custody for verifiable information during the aftermath of 9/11.
Both, together, in the same intellectual mush of a so-called personal philosophy.
This is what happens when people don't really understand 'relative morality'.
Last edited by ecofarm; 01-07-13 at 11:07 AM.
I'm not getting into a citation war with you. You'll just claim that my sources have bad methods and/or conclusions. I can rely on common sense, logic and reason. This is an easy debate - all of its facets are obvious to most people. Some people deny that some of those facets exist (regardless of sources), I can't help them.
Seek your truth, I've said my piece.
Last edited by ecofarm; 01-07-13 at 11:21 AM.
Redress, not everyone is gonna hold your hand through every tough issue. I feel my burden of proof is satisfied. You don't? I don't care. I'm not here just for you, and I've no expectation of you listening to or learning from anything I post.
Because you should know so, most people do. It's pretty obvious.
Isn't "waterboarding" specifically addressed as torture and illegal under the Geneva Conventions that the USA is signatory to?