July 9, 2008 § 39 Comments
Apparently, someone who willingly takes up arms in a war in order to ingratiate himself to war-supporters is a ‘conscientious objector’ to that war. Oh, and ‘torture’ is a Randian anti-concept. And since a decision to wage war is a prudential judgement, there is always room for legitimate disagreement and only the President can say whether the Iraq invasion was just.
Have I missed any important ones?
Hat tip to Bill Luse, for predicting where this discussion had to go.