(January, 2011) In today’s wars, 95% of the casualties are civilians – about half of them children. (Enough Blood Shed, p. 62) When the world¹s most powerful military goes into foreign countries and kills civilians, it¹s called ³collateral damage,² not murder. But is it honorable? DID YOU KNOW? (February, 2011) 156 states are parties to the treaty to ban land mines, but the U.S. is not. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ottawa_Treaty ) Land mines are indiscriminate, vicious, cowardly weapons. Worldwide, they kill or maim a man, woman or child every 15 minutes. Why should the U.S., with the world¹s most powerful military, use them?
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