Has anyone watched Oliver Stone's questioning of the morality of what took place when the U. S. dropped the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? The guy really humps it for all it's worth.
There's no doubt in my mind where this is headed, and if it stops short of war crimes charges being brought, I'll be surprised.
Gentlemen! You can’t fight in here! This is the war room!
This is yet another result of liberalism in education. None of these idiots does anything but think in the emotional moment. When libs think of war, they don’t think of it in terms of winning. When they think of history, they don’t think of it in terms of preservation or accuracy.
They think of both as means of manipulation.
If you preserve the atomic legacy, you preserve the memory of America’s old school attitude where winning was for a reason OTHER than a talking point. It reminds people that once, we were the good guys that fought against the very same mindset that the libs enspouse. And fought with nuclear weapons...such was our determination to expunge totalitarianism from our midst.
To preserve the atomic legacy is to preserve the very idea that their plans for world domination (and all the details that lead to it) could quite literally be gone in a flash. And that once, Americans would do so with not an Iota of remorse.