Always (I'll be surprised if anyone chooses this)
Only when moderately necessary.
Only when extremely necessary.
Never (Probably more people will choose this than the other extreme).
How many born-again Christian terror attacks have you seen since 911? Zero. How many Muslim terror attacks since 911? More than 15,800. They WANT you to believe they're peaceful, innocent etc. They're not.
Weekly Jihad Report
Aug. 01 - Aug. 07 Jihad Attacks: 32
Dead Bodies: 112
Critically Injured: 212
Monthly Jihad Report
July, 2010 Jihad Attacks: 192
Dead Bodies: 1060
Critically Injured: 1860
"Religion of peace" my (perfect) ass.
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The Chritians are too busy touching little boys.
So are all priests child molesters? No.
Do all Christians kill abortion doctors? No.
See how ridiculous generalzations become.
“The means of defense against foreign danger historically have become the instruments of tyranny at home."
I would say most Catholic priests are homosexuals. Are they ALL molesters? No. Very few born-again Christians are violent. They do not fill mosques, prisons, jihad training camps or any other vile places. There was no generalization, just facts.
Those Jesus Camp folk scare the bejesus out of me. And I don't count as terrorist attacks incidents which occur within war zones. IEDs and such in Iraq or Afghanistan aren't "terrorist" attacks in the traditional sense of what terrorism is.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
I believe if the US were to take a pure realist perspective on protecting its hegemony it would always pre-emptively attack any nation that posed, or could pose a real threat to its stature as world hegemon. Of course this would also have to be coupled with fighting a war "hands-free," in which you simply decimate your opponent and not have to be "fired upon" first and the lot that has been generated since the media has began to turn war into television.
Sometimes I think we're alone. Sometimes I think we're not. In either case, the thought is staggering. ~ R. Buckminster Fuller