The parts of the movie dealing with
This isn't meant to be a movie review (though I strongly recommend you see this movie)-- this has only strengthened my disgust about the fact that we have yet to intervene in
Here is the part that I struggle with... Who/What is worth the death of an American? Is it fair for me to say 'we should be there' when I have no father, brother, husband or son in the military? If you listen to people like Howard Dean and his ilk, you get the feeling
After watching this movie, it is gut instinct to say 'go!'...how can we as the Superpower sit and watch this happen? Can we even imagine someone ripping our child from our hands and killing them brutally in front of us? BUT, would I be so quick to say this if it was MY son that would be going? Whose life is worth more?
My dilemma over this only makes my hatred of the UN (and even NATO to an extent) grow. Truthfully the