The Spectre of Math

January 18, 2009

math of war …

Filed under: Politics — jlebl @ 5:47 am

So over the past 8 years, rockets killed 18 people.  The response is around 700 dead civilians, including over 400 children (i.e. not the people firing the rockets!).  Leave the labels out of it.  Leave out who is who.  What if it was the other way around.  How would you feel?

My greatgrandparents died in a concentration camp for this?

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2 Comments »

  1. Weak is not always right. Stop pitying the murderers who get their ass kicked.

    Comment by Pete Zaitcev — January 19, 2009 @ 5:02 pm | Reply

  2. Are you nuts? Did you just call the 400 dead children murderers? Did those 400 children fire those rockets?

    If these were your children, would you be OK with them being killed if there was some nutjob living next door firing rockets? Obviously you would be OK with it. You would be a murderer because your neighbor is a murderer? Your children would be murderers?

    I pity you!

    Comment by jlebl — January 19, 2009 @ 6:38 pm | Reply


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