"Innocent lives" equates to the people who were working in the World Trade Center who were murdered by desperate terrorists whom people like you appear to defend, for no other reason than they were Americans.
I find your desperate rhetoric specious in that you presume to suggest that these murderous thugs even had a reason to do what they do. You keep referring to OUR actions as if these thugs even need a reason to conduct their murder and terror, other than we are Americans and not Muslim.
You’re profound only in your own mind, but your arguments suggest someone who has little information, is historically ignorant and most likely to operate on an emotional level rather than intellectual.
Quote:Originally Posted by MrVicchio
I beg to differ. The most wide spread mass killings occurred in the 20th Century in Countries where God was either erased by, or secondary to the state. NK, Cuba, USSR, China, Nazi Germany, Vietnam, Cambodia...
Do you think that these mass killings could have occurred in a Democracy? Do you honestly want to argue that the Nazi’s were the result of democratic processes?
Chapter 11: Communism and Religion
§ 89. Why religion and communism are incompatibleNikolai Bukharin and Evgenii Preobrazhensky: The ABC of Communism - Chapter XI : Communism and Religion
"It is written in the eternal constitution that men of intemperate minds cannot be free. Their passions forge their fetters." - Edmund Burke