Sentenced to death for a sip of water

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Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#1 Aug 27, 2013
This is why religion and politics do not and should not mix. And what's really odd is that we consider Pakistan to be an ally. We need to stop recognizing these 7th century barbarians. Cut ties, cut funds, cut support, until they come to their senses some day.

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Harry Callahan

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Aug 27, 2013
The Truth wrote:
Guess what? We don't rule the world and have no right to impose our beliefs upon other countries than more than other countries have the right to impose THEIR beliefs on us. They are independent. They can choose their own form of government and the their own religion and their own laws.
The United Nations has a fair number of things to say about the US as far as human rights violations go - the death penalty is considered barbaric in much of the world. So should we therefore abolish the death penalty???
When and where has someone in the U.S. in recent years been condemned to death because they drank some water?

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#5 Aug 27, 2013
The Truth wrote:
Guess what? We don't rule the world and have no right to impose our beliefs upon other countries than more than other countries have the right to impose THEIR beliefs on us. They are independent. They can choose their own form of government and the their own religion and their own laws.
The United Nations has a fair number of things to say about the US as far as human rights violations go - the death penalty is considered barbaric in much of the world. So should we therefore abolish the death penalty???
Yes, we should. The death penalty is far too easy a way out for most of the people who are condemned to that fate. And you're right, we don't rule the world.(and neither does the UN) But we should not be supporting nations who condone 7th century theocracy and the barbaric practices that go along with that. No funding, no relief, no weapons, no nothing. Are you defending killing someone who refuses to convert to Islam and needed a drink of water?

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#7 Aug 27, 2013
The Truth wrote:
The absolute truth is that the United States has supported ruthless dictatorships for decades and decades. Many of the dictatorships that the US supports have been as bad as or worse as the Muslim countries that you are complaining about.
That was kind of my point. We should not be supporting any of them. But, we do. Why? Follow the power and money. And not one administration in the last 50 or even 100 years, be is democrat or republican, has done anything to stop it.
DMD

Livonia, MI

#8 Aug 27, 2013
The Truth wrote:
Guess what? We don't rule the world and have no right to impose our beliefs upon other countries than more than other countries have the right to impose THEIR beliefs on us. They are independent. They can choose their own form of government and the their own religion and their own laws.
The United Nations has a fair number of things to say about the US as far as human rights violations go - the death penalty is considered barbaric in much of the world. So should we therefore abolish the death penalty???
Please learn to play chess. It will teach you how to look beyond the obvious and see what will likely occur if we let this type of Barbarism become acceptable.
Yokosheima

Tokyo, Japan

#10 Aug 27, 2013
Dissed wrote:
<quoted text>The USA has the right to do anything it wants. You can leave.
I agree. You kicked our butts.
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#11 Aug 28, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
<quoted text>
That was kind of my point. We should not be supporting any of them. But, we do. Why? Follow the power and money. And not one administration in the last 50 or even 100 years, be is democrat or republican, has done anything to stop it.
We do what we do to because of greed. Do we really want their oil? Or does someone want to make sure we keep buying their oil? After all, we have an offer from Canada for oil at a better price but Obama won't allow the pipeline to be built.
Oh But Mama

Skopje, Macedonia

#13 Aug 28, 2013
Yokosheima wrote:
<quoted text>I agree. You kicked our butts.
Radioactive, radioactive.

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