Steven Montgomery wrote:
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Perhaps you're right, but I still fail to see how the United States 
maintained the moral high ground by bombing civilians. I think a 
"demonstration" about 5 miles offshore might have accomplished the same 
purpose.
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I don't know who was morally right or wrong in WWII, but I do understand 
the philosophy of war.  The primary objective is to kill people and 
break things, with more success than the enemy.  Morality aside, this is 
the reality of warfare.

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Mij Ebaboc

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