Wednesday, September 06, 2006

In matters of policy where lives will necessarily be lost, when one reaches that point where the most compelling argument in favor of continuing the policy is so that those already dead shan't have died in vain--hasn't one also reached the point where policy has failed, the dead have already died in vain, and argument is a mask for lies?

What, really, compels us now?


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