October 27, 2012

No Pro-lifer Supports Drones

Jack Hunter, American Conservative

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I believe that sometimes war–and the collateral damage it brings–is justified. What the United States is currently saying to the world is that war is always justified if America is doing it. We are saying that our policy is now permanent war, which means constant collateral damage and the continued death of random innocents.

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