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Who Wants War?

Anominus Wrote: Sep 24, 2014 12:15 PM
Technically, all wars are a matter of choice - fight or surrender / be massacred. Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan all have something in common - we did not fight to win. Instead, our armed forces were committed to the whims of our politicians, people who depend on their own popularity to remain in power, people who don't understand what it takes to win a fight, and will always cut corners when they can. War is about defeating the enemy. In the case of the Middle East, it should be used as a demonstration of our power, to demoralize and destroy the moslems' will to fight, rather than a misguided attempt at beneficence or modernization for a people which has not mentally advanced beyond the middle ages.
It's an AP article.
Sounds like a cheap and effective solution to me!
The north east has no more right to murder children before birth than the south, so what's your point? There is no justification for abortion, not even rape or incest - explain to me how the crimes of one person justify the murder of another innocent person?
And yet, more abortion mills are being shut down than ever before, and people are no longer able to ignore the scientific facts which are readily available and well known - A new, unique, living, human organism is created at conception. Our rights are invested at the point of our creation (created equal), and as such, children in the womb are fully deserving of having their rights protected. GW, your argument stinks of lies, and the fact that you are willing to discard the vast number of pro-life voters tells me that you really don't have the Republican party's best interest in mind.
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Could Your Child Be Better Off Dead?

Anominus Wrote: Sep 23, 2014 4:16 PM
I am not condemning the "expansiveness of reasoning," Dimwit Zinj. We understand the phrase to mean all of mankind. It may have expanded from its original intention, but it did so because we learned better, just as we have learned that a new, living, unique human organism is created at conception through modern science. If anyone is condemning the advancement of reasoning, it's you, in your callous rejection of scientific fact and willfully blind pursuit of a pro-abortion ideology. The "capability to reason" is not fundamental to the "classification of man," because it is a variable concept and hardly resembles an equal creation. Infants, the mentally-disabled, comatose patients - none of them possess the ability to reason, yet we still extend to them the right to life. In other words, the only "division" between "worthy of rights or not," is that of location - within the womb, or out of it, a truly meaningless distinction when it comes to the matter of murdering an innocent human life.
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Who Wants War?

Anominus Wrote: Sep 23, 2014 3:51 PM
And how did we do that, eric? If you mean oil, OPEC sets the prices and has proven itself to love gouging us. Who controls OPEC, if not the Arabs?
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Who Wants War?

Anominus Wrote: Sep 23, 2014 2:34 PM
"Condemnations" might carry more weight if they were followed up by actions, and if moslems didn't have that taqiyya thing, goin' on.
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Who Wants War?

Anominus Wrote: Sep 23, 2014 2:28 PM
So, when the "sharks" starve and torment themselves and eachother, then jump out of the tank, into your swimming pool, are you going to try to understand "what motivates them" before getting out of the pool?
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Who Wants War?

Anominus Wrote: Sep 23, 2014 2:14 PM
Eh... A successful invasion of America by the Axis would have been nearly impossible, just considering the difficultly of transportation / communication at the time (and that more Americans actually took their 2nd Amendment rights more seriously than today). The Japanese even stated their fear of invading our mainland because they would find a "rifle behind every blade of grass." However, I expect most of the rest of the world WOULD be speaking German/Japanese had we not gotten involved.
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Who Wants War?

Anominus Wrote: Sep 23, 2014 1:58 PM
Yes, it will be the apocalypse, if we let it. The native Americans of 150 years ago weren't much better than the moslems of today. They also practiced slavery, genocide and never advanced out of the stone-age. And yet, rather than exterminating them, we managed to defeat and subjugate them. How? By force. They are now forced to abide by the terms of the dominant culture surrounding them. Are you advocating for putting moslems on "reservations," eric?
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