I don't know if that is really true. I'd love to see a poll. But such a popularity things doesn't matter in whether something is right or wrong. So while I get the strong emotion over Pearl Harbor, such emotion doesn't justify all evil. How would you feel if Iraq dropped the bomb here in response to invading Iraq?What an incredible crock of absolute poo-poo; Boo!
Most Americans have always preferred their leaders make wartime military lives a priority over enemy civilian casualties_
Especially when said war was initiated with a massive sneak attack by a ruthless enemy before it issued a Declaration of War!
That is the claim, but not something we can factually prove. There are other opinions on that, you know.Preventing an estimated one million American casualties absolutely "justify the means" and anyone who has ever served or had a friend or loved one in the military knows this!
Not exactly what I'm doing. I'm comparing your argument with theirs. That's different. Evil is evil no matter who does it. And quite frankly, it can be found in every group of people ever.And the fact that you can actually compare the United States to a bunch of radical psycho Islamic terrorists only demonstrates your warped sense of priority!