sbfriedman Wrote: So far, all we have officially done is drop food. And water. And supplies. U.S. airdrops food aid to Iraqis trapped after fleeing militants
I personally can't stomach the idea of adding bombs, again, to that list. But, like Jared, I understand it's not necessarily that easy.
johnnycee Wrote: Question? Should we stand by and watch these Ethnic Cleansings, Clinton's Administration couldn't stand by nor should we now stand by, whether or not it's religious, political, gender or even tribal, we cannot in all good conscience allow this to happen if we have the means to delay or eliminate this threat, these people trapped on a mountain awaiting a ritual slaughter by these ISSIS fanatics should not be ignored, however if we do choose to ignore these people would that not enable and even embolden these terrorists to proceed even further?
TJ Wrote: I was just watching CNN. Apparently it's not about the Shiite or Sunni or even the Kurds. Not about ISIS (Okay partly about ISIS because they are a pain in the ass and they are threatening Christians). It's the 200,000 Christians in Iraq. Over 100,000 are displaced because ISIS wants them to convert to Islam or die. Who knew it was about religion and not even a religion of those who were the obvious players. Sorry to say this but Dutch you called it many times in the past. Maybe we should talk to the UN and see about getting them their own homeland. Maybe next to GAZA. Maybe South Dakota as a home for all displaced Christians.
This is not the USA !!!!!!! Christians should stay out of militant Islamic countries because it too expensive (lives and money/debt) to save them.