2) It was war. Therefore "innocence" and "guilt" have no bearing, since those states are determined in a court of law, not a battlefield.
3) It was war. You wouldn't be this upset if we'd not dropped the bomb and slaughtered three or four million japs on their beaches instead?
4) It was war. I just don't hear you complaining about the fire bombing of Tokyo on March 9, 1945 that killed 100,000 people. Why is that?
5) It was war. The lives of the enemy weren't our concern. If the enemy wanted to live, all they had to do was surrender. It's not complicated.
Your hatred of the US makes it impossible for you to gain the wisdom to see that.
Not my problem.
There's something wrong with wanting to see the greatest nation the world has ever seen recover the greatness the socialists have stolen from it these last twenty years?
That have anything to do with the fact that the United States was not only perfectly justified in nuking Japan as many times as it took to force them to surrender, but that those nukes were the most honorable and most effective means of saving the lives of people on both sides of the conflict?
Nope. That's a fact you can't refute.
You can't even address the bombing of Tokyo. Come on, I want to see you say we shouldn't have bombed the capital city of Japan, that'll be funny.