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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 8, 2003 04:35:44 UTC

I never discard the points of view of any of the folks on the poster (Gulf Wars II/Clone of the Attack)
There are many dimensions:
1) Eternal Values
2) Political Realities
3) Physical Security Issues

1) Oh God, I wish we could all get along. I realize most human ( and other earthly ) beings are less well-informed than myself and that many of them are armed. This could be such a beautiful galaxy.
2) Being consistent is important. I have been assigned to be on one side in a debate. But I will not try to win the debate by any means necessary. The dialogue itself is very important. The end rarely if ever justifies the means. We rarely experience anything but the means.
3) As a Democrat (descended from good Republicans) who served four years in the Air Force (1979-83), I certainly care about the security of the United States. I appreciate strong military posturing sometimes contributes greatly to preserving peace in a dangerous world. It can work against us too. The disinformation environment is not simple either.

Cordially,
Mike

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