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On 10/01/01 10:31, Richard Brodie said this-
>We have commandos in Afghanistan right now who would gladly give their lives
>to protect America. No promise of paradise necessary, just the right point
Is there not a slim chance of a difference in attitude from someone
willing to lose his life in the defense of his country (imagined or
whole), and someone willing to expend his life on an offense by his
country (imagined or whole)?
Or am I just splitting hairs here?
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