Wednesday, November 12, 2003

There's always one more...

Now, it seems that Wesley Clark has jumped on the terrorism bandwagon. He's suggesting lots of Black Ops methods for killing the fictitious leader, Bin Laden, to counter Bush's carpet-bombing methods.

Why don't these guys get it? For that matter, why don't the American people get it? Am I the only one making the connection? Listen, folks, let's say for a moment that there is such a person as Bin Laden. Let's say, for a moment, that he's actually alive. Now, let's say you kill him. What do you think? That terrorism will magically disappear? Hell, no! Someone else will come and take his place. What do you do then? Kill him? Fine. More will take his place. You gonna kill them, too? Then, there will be more - and more!

There will always be more!

That's why killing people is not the answer. It has never been the answer - but our nation has decided to ignore the logic of this and try killing anyway - cause you just never know until you try, do you?

So, when are we going to be done trying?

And, once we are, what are we going to do then?

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