Wednesday, May 4, 2011

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I used to ponder what I'd do if I had to go to war. Killing a foreign soldier on the battlefield would have been tough for me. I would have done it, but it would have came with a heavy price on my conscience.

However, I'm pretty sure I could have killed b.l. Killing a counterpart soldier, who I have no beef with and who was drafted into a war and is just, like me, doing his duty is one thing. Killing Hitler, b.l., and the like is a different pot of gumbo all together. I think I'd sleep pretty good that night. Some may argue that it's not the Christian thing to do. Maybe so, but we all fall short, and that's the hill I'd fall short on.

Point 2. It's been argued that we shouldn't celebrate his death. Are you kidding me? Okay, I know what could be said: Jesus died for him too and all life is precious. Granted, but b.l. through his free will choices, chose to deserve a bullet to the head, chest, groin, etc.

Also, I'm not sure those who celebrated were necessarily celebrating a scumbag's death as much as they were releasing pent up anxiety and nervousness. Many Americans have been on edge for 10 years. They finally got a chance to let out a breath. Not an important issue for me.

Note: I must apologize. I shouldn't have called b.l. a scumbag. That's an unfair and horrible insult to bags full of scum.