Originally Posted by White trash wagon
Denny it's almost seems you want some sort of cataclysmic war, strange thoughts for a father.
Absolutely not. I'm just saying what it would take to get this place cleaned out. My family's security is a major priority to me. Whatever needs to happen should happen. I will take every measure necessary to take care of them. Just because it happens and I think it should, doesn't mean that it is my fault. I'm just not going to pretend that our problems are growing so large that anything less than a civil war won't fix it. In a utopian society, sure, but we live among too many dipshits to fix our problems diplomatically.
I know what you're thinking, but no, war doesn't give me a hard-on. I do not take pleasure in knowing many lives get lost to fix problems. I only know that there are some very important issues that only get resolved through war. If it's a cause I believe in, I'll be the first to participate. There are wars that happen that I don't believe should happen as well (take Georgia and Darfur, for instance). But I do think it'll take war to resolve those as well. The resolution part, I can back.
Some of us really don't like it, but we're real. We know what has to be done. My civil war comment was a little sarcastic, but if you don't think this country is headed for civil war, then you're either ignorant, blind or in denial. This country has never been so divided, right now, since the last civil war. Who the fuck votes to go into a country with force, only to protest it when the results don't come fast enough?!?! Only America. Some of us are now too spoiled by our own dominance and success. Unfortunately, they're not the ones who go out and deal directly with these issues. Hell, they're usually the ones who don't even go out to the source to even offer support or get first-hand updates. I hate the turn this country has taken. I don't hate the country or what it stands for, though. This country peaked during WWII. Talk about unification for a certain cause. The USA of the 40's is far greater than the USA of today. I saw what it would be like, though, about September 12, 2001, but that didn't last long. I guess it takes more than that incident to unify this nation. Sad.