<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> I don't think anyone argues that terrorism shouldn't be stopped. But metaphorically, we're throwing water on a grease fire. We need to snuff the fire, not spread it. Offensive war, whether it's called pre-emptive or not, is still just creating and spreading more terrorists.<p><hr></blockquote><p>It would appear, that regardless of what you think, there are some that argue that terrorism shouldn't be stopped.<br><br>If we lived in a metaphorical world, terrorism could be explained and reduced to a "nuisance". We could all be "Betty Crocker", astute to the inherent combustible nature of animal fat and the proper technique of pre-emption or extinguishing of such flair-ups.<br><br>In reality, the proponents of terrorism are hell-bent on the notion that the grease be applied to their squeaking wheel. Unfortunately after they blow them up, they realize that they have destroyed their squeaking wheel and have to recruit a new one.<br><br>The spread of this grease fire is based in the water of education, as is it's quencher.<br><br><br><br>got to let your eyes adjust
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