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    Torture’s a pretty good excuse. It’s why we use it.


    With freedom diluted by the patriot act, wars started without merit, and torture applied without trial or representation, this code is demanding more than is merited.
    “Those who would sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.” – B. Franklin


    The “Dark Humor” tag is a bad choice, especially since I suspect this was written looong ago.


    I always found it interesting in the CofC that 4-of-6 dealt with the subject of becoming captured or being a POW and nothing to do with discrimination on the basis of color, creed, culture, sex or sexual orientation… something I personally found, as well as a great many others, found to be a huge and prevalent part of serving in the military. Perhaps it was this form of conduct that I was fighting to defend. Just saying. “I’ve always been amazed that the very people forced to live in the worst parts of town, those that go to the worst… Read more »


    Michael Moore lies; middle class white kids make up the vast majority of combat troops and casualties. As an example in Iraq about 75% of all casualties were white and less than 10% were black. Moore doesn’t put it in racial terms but we know that is what he tried to imply.


    Michael Moore is one of the biggest hypocrites around.


    Mr. Moore wasn’t saying anything about race… he clearly states, “the very people forced to live in the worst parts of town, those that go to the worst schools and who have it the hardest are always the first to step up to defend that very system.” If you want to believe he implied something else – I’m sure convincing you otherwise would be a dead-end argument. I claimed it was “color, creed, culture, sex or sexual orientation”. I fully agree, 75% of all casualties were white – absolutely; a great vast of them poor white, poorly educated and few… Read more »