Osama bin Laden has been killed in a mansion within a multi-building complex in Pakistan near Islamabad by American Navy Seals.
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We killed an unarmed enemy. Anyways, assassination of someone hiding out isn't the same as killing a general in the field or killing a soldier shooting at you.
My morality would forbid me from hurting the child. I can't condone the use of someone's life without his/her consent, and a child can't consent.
The rules are just pretty ideas on a bit of paper. They have never been followed 100%
Really. If you are for it are you for forced organ donation? Forced blood donation? How about forcing a person to go fix the nuclear reactor in Japan? Sure he/she will die, but it could say thousands so lets do it.
How many lives does it take to make the killing of an innocent person worth it? Ten? One hundred? A thousand?
And Stephan, not Stephen.
If you knew torture would save thousands it becomes an easy choice...
I dont question your motives. I believe your motives are probably as pure as the drivin snow. I have NO reason to think otherwise. Nor do I question your character. You have a bias opinion as do I when it comes to these topics.
SO, perhaps we should both continue this discussion in the original vain. Which for me I dont think there is much to say, some will agree some will disagree with the killing of Bin Laden. He is dead. Now where do we go from here?