Originally Posted by QBNCGAR
Guess there weren't any willing females to provide you some release in Hawaii. Shame, that....
Anyway, I'm in the world, and I don't agree with you, so it can now be fairly assumed that you freely and carelessly use hyperbolic and bombastic language to make up for the lack of validity and substance in your crazed and sociopathic rantings. (That sentence is worth at least $3.50).
So, out of curiosity, let's say your company sends you on assignment to a major metropolitan area in the US that has a high crime rate. While there, you die - a victim of anonymous violent crime. Do you honestly believe the President, Vice-President, and other executives at your company are culpable for your death?
Remember, you accepted employment with them - you sought it actively, on a willing/professional/volunteer-for-pay basis. Also, realize that your company isn't in the business of killing/losing it's employees, because it's not profitable - death is to be avoided at all costs.
Your vehement anger and ire toward the President (et al) is based in a very murky set of ideals that conveniently dispose of facts and fair suppositions that cloud the perfect conspiracy you're trying to create. Namely, you think that the heightened death toll of American soldiers is one of their objectives - in fact, completely the opposite is true. If you were to consider your allegations from the perspective that our military is trying to minimize casualties rather than increase them, you may see how outrageous it is to call them murderers.
As such, if there was any validity to your message, it's been lost in the rhetorical insanity - to wit, you entitle this thread in such a way as to accuse three individuals of murder. Not accidental manslaughter, not negligent homicide - murder. You sir, are a very, very sick individual.
Fortunately, American soldiers have fought (and will continue to fight) for the rights of imbicillic ingrates such as yourself to freely say and do whatever you please.
Now, if you please, go get examined - fill your prescription and take it regularly.
Prey tell then who is responsible for getting us into this Iraq debacle if it is not the current executive branch? The soldiers have to do what they are told, where is this free will you speak of regarding their opinions and desires? So according to your analysis the soldiers and military just decided to go liberate Iraq and the president went along with it and really is not the culprit for getting us into another untenable war or battle despite all the high ideals he has more than alluded to. The executive branch has been a huge proponent of this war and has defended it at every turn, so how is it now not culpable?
Wars and battle are necessary in this world, no one can argue against this sad reality, but winning them is the ultimate goal and not a by product. The American public does not want an extended battle, they voted against it regarding Vietnam and they are apparently voting against it regarding Iraq. The executive branch must do the people's will, if it doesn't then exactly who does it represent?
PS Iraq had nothing to do with 911, that has been proven. The Iraqi occupation has made the region less secure. World opinion has turned against the United States. Where is the upside to the Iraqi invasion? Terrorism still exists as well.