Yet our responsibility does not end there. How many of our circumlocutions open the way to these attacks? How many journalists encouraged the Israelis by their reporting or by their wilfully given, foolish advice to undertake these brutal assaults on the Palestinians. On 31 March 2002 just three days before the assault on Jenin Tom Friedman wrote in The New York Times that needs to deliver a military blow that clearly shows terror will not pay.
Maybe the reason they are blocking reform on the banking sector is because they feel it wouldn be necessary if only the Executive branch would actually enforce the laws already on the books that apply?Maybe the reason they oppose abortion laws is because they feel they are saving human lives who have no say in the matter?Maybe the reason they support such amounts of military spending is because they feel it is the nation responsibility to do its best to provide for a safe and secure world, including using the military for life saving operations?Maybe the reason they are blocking current immigration reform is because they disagree with the methodology being proposed that is possibly unfair to current citizens including the ones who immigrated here legally and followed the law to become citizens?Maybe the reason they are trying to prevent implementation of universal healthcare is because they feel the current law is ripe with corruption, waste, fraud, eventual failure, and will in the end actually make things worse?You are again one of these people going with the notion that since you disagree with the other people ideas you get to assume that the ideas are somehow bad. Notice that in no way did you explain why these ideas are inherently bad, you simply disagree with them. You are perpetuating the fallacy that they are bad simply because you say they are while ignoring the possibilities that they have good reasons to think that way.
Meanwhile, it’s fascinating how this story has moved from being one about a presumed airplane crash to, really, a mystery story. It’s the very missing ness of the plane that the public finds so captivating. If and when the wreckage is discovered, I have to wonder if suddenly people will stop paying such rapt attention.
At two sites, one at Lawrence House, a brick building and the other at the Sports Hanger on Calshot Spit there are on display, large blocks of hard rock, probably quartzite. I do not know the origin of these, but they resemable sarsen stones, which occur commonly in the area. A sarsen stone is present now on the beach at Eagle Cliff and sarsen stones are washed out of the cliff on the opposite side of Southampton Water at Chilling and Brownwich Cliff..