"John Knight" <jwknight at polbox.com> wrote:
>The majority of Europeans were OPPOSED to WWII.
I'm sure. But Hitler's troops didn't exactly give most of them a
>Three quarters of Americans were OPPOSED to the US entering WWII.
Not on the day after Pearl Harbor. And note that Germany declared war
on the US
>The vast majority of the rest of the world were opposed to it,
I'm sure, but the Japanese did not give the Chinese, the Koreans and
the southeast Asians a choice.
>just as the vast majority of most citizens around
>the world are opposed to us attacking Iraq. 70% of Americans believe the
>state of the US economy is more important than a "war" with Iraq
The Democrats would love this to be true.
>You raise a good point. How can Congress claim to be "civilized" when it
>keeps waging uncivilized wars on every gnat in sight.
It hasn't waged war on YOU yet, and YOU are the most uncivilized gnat
I've ever known about.