i never posted that list. and if you'd paid attention, you'd have seen it was 11 years old.Originally Posted by Module88
Seriously. Take a remedial English course. My reply was only confusing once you deleted the second half of your statement. You don't need to read minds. You need to learn how to read.:lol: You really are physically incapable of admitting you're wrong, huh?
I asked a question. You responded with:
"Of course it is."
Later, you realize that the statement was only clear in your own head. Sorry Freezer- I'm not a mind reader. What little powers I have are much weaker over the internet. Realizing that your "logic" only worked in your own head, you had to add "[about everyone]." If I ask you a question, and you answer, I can only assume you answered the question instead of going off on some tangent with vague responses.
You: But this isn't just about our government, is it? It's about everyone.
Me: Of course it is. No one should torture anyone.
I need to invade half the world? I'd love to help, but my aircraft carrier is in the shop. The citizens of any given nation are responsible for their government. If they don't like the way their government is run, it's up to them to change it by force or otherwise. It's not our place to unilaterally hold a sovereign nation responsible for their domestic policies through military force.Then who should they be held responsible by? The people who are getting killed when they speak one word against the government? If YOU claim they should be held responsible, then YOU need to back it up. If you agree that they will not be held responsible, then your point doesn't mean anything.
you posted a link to a tripod image hosting logo. am i supposed to be impressed?:uhhuh: So you ignore the fact that some people actually do dress in a manner, that, in your book, would make them targets.
Ok, the rainman routine is amusing. But not particularly compelling. You can keep claiming the united states definitely never ratified the agreements. definitely, definitely no agreements. but the facts speak otherwise. In 1994, the United States ratified the United Nations Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT)Fact is, you can't even prove there are "some." How many civilians have died in this war? How many bombs have killed innocent Iraqi's purposely? I have YET to hear ONE report or see ONE picture of a combatant obeying the rules of war. Those international agreements, as shown above, have not been ratified by the US Senate. I'm not going to go through the many pages of your link- be a little more specific.
You shouldn't open your mouth at all- the only things that come out are flames.
why not read my answer to him rather than invent one to suit your purposes?So I take it your answer is yes when saro asked "So if a black hood makes them "clearly distinguishable from the civilian population." we should automatically shoot anyone in a black ski mask, yes?"
The only response I have to that is: :rolleyes: