Murder in Mumbai
The Mumbai Massacre reminds us all–whether Democrats or Republicans; Americans, Europeans, Asians, or Africans; Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, or Atheists–that there is more on which we agree then disagree.
And one thing that all humanity of good will agrees: no matter what political cause you have, you do not murder innocent non-combatants. Good people may disagree on the proper tactics for defeating terrorism, but we are as one worldwide that these vicious terrorists — and those that fund and train them — must be defeated and discredited.
To all the victims of Mumbai in the great democracy of India, we mourn your loss and we must use your deaths and suffering to rededicate ourselves to the never-ending struggle to promote human decency in a world where too many wish to sow seeds of destruction.
Happy Thanksgiving. We can only pray the horrific tragedy ends soon.
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Ed from NY December 11, 2008 3:26 pm
That’s funny. I don’t remember Mark saying that. But great minds think alike! And Mark is a great mind. That’s why I listen to his show and respect his point of view. Which, unlike yours, is backed up by facts and logic. BTW, thanks for the support, Mark.
Based on Sean’s “negative evidence” theory, I question whether Sean is working for both a foreign government AND a foreign terrorist organization since he has presented no evidence that he does not work for both.
Sean December 11, 2008 2:41 pm
I don’t respond to libel. Of course youâ€™re done as your arguments are ridiculous and unfounded, or worse disingenuous as â€˜straw manâ€™ arguments.
By the way are you ‘related’ to Mark or is it just a coincidence that you both have the exact same response and even exact same language when I defeat your debating tactics with actual evidence and cited sources?
“Iâ€™m done with Sean”
Ed from NY December 11, 2008 7:33 am
I’m done with Sean. If he refuses to admit that the Board of Governors of the Fed are chosen by the President of the United States and overseen by Congress (kinda strange for a private institution, doncha think?) or he refuses to concede that Georgia NEVER invaded Russia while Russia has troops in Georgia today, then I’d say he’s living in a fantasy world of his own making. I’m washing my hands of this. Prattle on, Sean, in your strange dream world.
(But did you notice he never answered my question about whether he works for a foreign country or some terrorist or political group?)