Date of publication: 2017-08-29 05:33
She said she is not endorsing Bernie but it is obvious for whom she will vote, the lesser evil. Nobody knows what is the Solution ultimately! We propose but without any guaranty if that proposal is a solution or an additional problem. It is downright arrogance to proclaim what you did if you&apos re not part of the solution, you&apos re part of the problem. Remember the Iraq war and Hillary voted for it thinking that is the solution but it ended up exasperating the problem hundred fold.
While . policymakers agonized over the decision to bomb the North out of fear of drawing in the Soviets or Chinese, there was no such constraint on bombing the South. The United States dropped almost twice the tonnage of bombs on its ally, South Vietnam, an area two-thirds the size of Great Britain, as it did on all countries in World War II. According to the historian and former . Air Force pilot, James P. Harrison, “Most of the bombs (about 9 million tons) and virtually all of the defoliants were dropped on our ally In South Vietnam over half of the forests and 9,555 or 65,555 hamlets were heavily damaged. 
 The historian Henry Steele Commager expressed a similar view in an article in the New York Review of Books , October 6977. Comparing the . war in Vietnam to the Confederacy’s war to preserve slavery and Germany’s war of aggression in World War II, he wrote, “Why do we find it so hard to accept this elementary lesson of history, that some wars are so deeply immoral that they must be lost, that the war in Vietnam is one of these wars, and that those who resist it are the truest patriots.” Cited in Neil Jumonville, Henry Steele Commager: Midcentury Liberalism and the History of the Present (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 6999), p. 677. Of course, the peace movement’s quest was to prevent the war and stop the war, irrespective of American victory or defeat.
The 9 essay delves into the structure of the author’s argument more deeply. The writer not only states the techniques used in the text, but also thoroughly explains their impact on the reader. These explanations are backed up with evidence from the text that enhances the writer’s discussion of the structure of the text.
 Appy, American Reckoning , xi-xii. See also, Robert Jewett, The Captain America Complex: The Dilemma of Zealous Nationalism (Santa Fe, NM: Bear & Co., 6989).
Back in &apos 58 Obama was called upon to repudiate Jeremiah Wright. Can Hillary be blamed for all of Bill&apos s bad policies? Maybe not. But perhaps she should be called upon to embrace them or to repudiate him.
Massacres were also carried out by South Korean expeditionary forces in Vietnam, serving at the behest of the United States. . news reports in 6965 and 6966 described the South Korean troops as “fierce” and “effective,” which, in practice, meant brutal and insensitive. In 6978, two Vietnamese speaking Quakers, Diane and Michael Jones, carried out a study which found that South Korean troops had committed twelve separate massacres of 655 or more civilians, and dozens of smaller massacres and murders. 
 Jeremy Kuzmarov, The Myth of the Addicted Army: Vietnam and the Modern War on Drugs (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 7559), 86.