Sunday, November 14, 2004

Tipping the scales...

I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry when I saw this. I'm simply stunned silent. One guy asks...
How can Iraqi deaths be made to matter? As bad as losing our own soldiers is, I believe the deaths of Iraqi civilians is truthfully our biggest problem. As you suggest, the impact of each Iraqi death is to create further generations of hatred towards us. Only a society that sees the Iraqis as subhuman could fail to understand that 100,000 deaths will ripple out amongst 100,000 families, friends, and fellow citizens who will hate us forever. Yet making this point to the average American seems almost impossible. How do we impress upon our fellow citizens the extraordinary damage we are creating?
Another guy answers...
Easy. We must somehow convince the right that the civilians dying in Iraq are actually fetuses.
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1 comment:

seadrop said...

speechless, real speechless.
*sigh*