May I Ask You A Few Questions, Please?

William White wbbanjo at YAHOO.COM
Wed Mar 8 09:52:02 MST 2006

I don't get the "neighbor" analogy.  I seem to recall serious violations of peace treaties, many warnings about repercussions, and eventually organized military action.
  The neighbor talk has a limited likeness to complex relations with and among nations.
"Stephen A. Frye" <s.frye at VERIZON.NET> wrote:
8) "Do you see the dangerous precedent that we have set by illegally invading another country and violating their sovereignty in the name of protecting us against a potential future attack?"

        If you knew your left front tire was about to blowout, wouldn't you go buy another one? Or, maybe you'd prefer to let it go flat and then wait by the side of the road for government largess? 

Never bought this, still don't.  if I think my neighbor wants to kill me, what do you think our current legal system would do if I pre-emptively killed him?

  Stephen A. Frye
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