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    Posted: Dec 20 2012 at 12:48pm
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we all know americans are hypocrites.
does this really need to be discussed?
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tears for brown ppl?
 
 
 
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Casualties of war are different than casualties of a domestic act of violence. Come on Midwest, both situations deserve sympathy but why even make the comparison. It only seeks to take sympathy away from one situation rather than garner sympathy for both situations.
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Oh Midwest.....
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homeland tragedies weigh heavier on the heart unfortunately.

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Originally posted by Limalady Limalady wrote:

Casualties of war are different than casualties of a domestic act of violence. Come on Midwest, both situations deserve sympathy but why even make the comparison. It only seeks to take sympathy away from one situation rather than garner sympathy for both situations.

Says who?

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Originally posted by Positive K Positive K wrote:

Originally posted by Flowing-Ice Flowing-Ice wrote:

we all know americans only care about americans in recent tragedies.
does this really need to be discussed?

so it shouldnt be discussedConfused
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a better example would have been about the children in Chicago and would have been worthy of discussion.
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Originally posted by Midwest_Da_Gawd Midwest_Da_Gawd wrote:


Originally posted by Limalady Limalady wrote:

Casualties of war are different than casualties of a domestic act of violence. Come on Midwest, both situations deserve sympathy but why even make the comparison. It only seeks to take sympathy away from one situation rather than garner sympathy for both situations.

Says who?



Says the definition. One is committed by the government and the other is committed by a non-government actor. At least when the government attacks, citizens can mobilize, elect different officials, and petition their government. When a non-government entity attacks on a large scale, it is more difficult to manage and remedy. It also creates fear among the population. I am not saying that both situations don't deserve attention. We should write Obama, and request most consideration of civilians in these strikes, but the question in the OP, "Where are Obama's tears for these children?" That won't help anyone.
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