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07/31/15 7:25 pm

Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't.

jvc1133 61535
07/31/15 6:39 pm

Careful, that's a rule the weak live by. 😎

AbandonedAccnt Not here.
07/31/15 1:27 pm

Sometimes. I don't think this is a rule else it would apply all the time.

AbandonedAccnt Not here.
07/31/15 1:28 pm

It was true in WW2 and the dropping of the nuclear bombs on Japan, but it wouldn't be true in the forced vaccination of children against their parents wishes as a means to reduce illnesses.

AbandonedAccnt Not here.
07/31/15 1:29 pm

The end justifying the means is an excuse to trample individual liberties in order to reach what many consider to be desirable social justices and outcomes.

b4mytime Orange County, CA
07/31/15 2:38 pm

How was dropping atomic bombs a necessary means when the Japanese were ALREADY at the brink of surrendering and their entire naval capabilities had been destroyed? There was mounting pressure from within Japan to surrender.

07/31/15 11:33 am

Some cases yes, some cases no. Depends on the nature of each. If you think that's weaseling, so be it. To use the common phrase, it's like porn. I know it when I see it.