Friday, July 6, 2007

Collateral damage

Let's say someone guns down your mother in a robbery and the NRA dismisses it as "collateral damage" as we strive for the Constitutional freedom to bear arms.

Or someone runs over your kid and dismisses it as "collateral damage" in the libertarian struggle to drive where, when and how we want to.

Or someone poisons your father, and dismisses it as "collateral damage" in a free market defining itself by importing pharmaceuticals from countries with low safety standards.

Your not buying any of it, right?

So how do we deal with the "collateral damage" in Iraq when it reaches these proportions?

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