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What Constitutes a Fair Trial?

erobertson Wrote: May 12, 2012 5:47 PM
A government able to go through that much trouble, and that calculating is no longer run by normal human beings. What you have is a replacement god. If such a government exsists, and our current government is just a facade, then when did that happen? If such a government exisists, then they already have control of our healthcare system, private or public, and we already don't have a say. If that were the case, then such a government would be able to run healthcare better than the most benevolent organization. That kind of government is more a god than the God of the Bible. No thanks, I prefer to think of our government being run by fallable human beings, who make mistakes, who are just as fallible as the rest of us.
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What Constitutes a Fair Trial?

erobertson Wrote: May 12, 2012 5:41 PM
Then the response to Japan upon the attack on Pearl Harbor was illegitimate? We had a peace agreement with Japan (the ink wasn't dried before the first bombs fell). How about the war of 1812? How about the Spanish - American War? Beware of that gun, it has the ability to backfire.
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What Constitutes a Fair Trial?

erobertson Wrote: May 12, 2012 5:37 PM
How often are trials moved to another location because of the "poisoning of the minds" of the potential jurors? You also have to take into account the security for such a trial, the potential for escape and about a dozen other factors, and you have what we have now.
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What Constitutes a Fair Trial?

erobertson Wrote: May 12, 2012 5:31 PM
Hey bright-spot, what temp does jet fuel burn at? Now add in all the extra fuel found in an office as well as the skin of the aircraft (alumium, copper wire, paper, etc) and you have a fire that easily exceeds 2800F.
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What Constitutes a Fair Trial?

erobertson Wrote: May 12, 2012 5:25 PM
Black flag? Don't you mean false flag? Black flag means that it is dangerous to be outside. False flag is a military operation where you change your flags to infiltrate the enemy and create chaos. If this were a "false flag opperation", to what end? If it were for a military attack, we could have gone into Iraq or North Korea at any time. Afghanistan is not a country with a military significance beyond breeding ground for terrorism (and that LONG before we put our first foot on that ground).
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What Constitutes a Fair Trial?

erobertson Wrote: May 12, 2012 4:40 PM
That would work if the opposing elements followed the same conventions. The opposing forces do not allow for independant monitors to visit, as those prisoners do. They are being tried for crimes that under international law would be found as atrocities of war (killing civilians with no military significance). Those being held are concidered opposition forces. The problem with what has happened from the bombing of the baracks in Lebanan to 9/11 is that there is no military or individual country. This is unlike any other war this nation has faced. We are at war with an ideology bent on the destruction of this nation, and not a nation in and of itself. How do you declare war on Radical Islam when this nation has the freedom of religion?
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The Top 25 C.S. Lewis Quotes

erobertson Wrote: May 11, 2012 8:48 PM
When God speaks, he does so in a whisper. When your very word spoke the universe into exsistance, you don't have to yell. It may very well be that God is speaking, your are just not listening.
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The Top 25 C.S. Lewis Quotes

erobertson Wrote: May 11, 2012 8:43 PM
Even the most seemingly ordinary among us (even trolls) are extra-ordinary in thier own right. They have been made in God's image, though they attempt to deny such a fact. Every person is a unique creation, even identical twins, because each person not only has a genetic code, but an environmental one as well.
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