Re: Next Add-Free Day
> I agree one hundred percent. We must
> punish rogue
> states who refuse to abide by the rules,
> like one
> particular state that refuses to sign to
> International Criminal Court unless it's
> and the Kyoto Protocol. Bomb it to the
interesting oppinion you have there, but no one is forced to abide by the Kyoto Protocol, that was entirely voluntary, unlike the weapons instructors were forced upon Iraq. Calling the US a rogue state is a rather interesting notion, albiet maybe not agreeing with the Kyoto protocol is rather far stretched thought. About the International Criminal court, well that is up to debate, which really depends on case by case. I mean a terrorist group attacking america targets such as the USS Cole or US Embasy's, and certain targets on US soil which I need not name, should be tried by the US, for if I goto another country and kill someone, I would be deported to be on trial in that country. Mind you any Embassy is that country's soil, aka if I'm in the US embassy in some country, I am in fact on US soil, not that country's soil. So terrorists attacking the US, shall be punished by the US, aka the not the terrorists being held in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, are for us to handle, not some international court which would be overseen by countries not even affected by the Al Queda Network. Now certain people such as Milosevic would be very well suited for such a court, but what need is there of one when you have the UN.
You see when it comes to opinion, anyone is allowed to think what they want. But Iraq was not allowed to have decide if they wanted weapons inspectors, or Germany paying billions in retributions because of World War 2. The UN, made up of many countries placed this on them in retrobution for their "crimes." See the difference? Kyoto is optional, weapon inspectors are not. International Criminal Court optional, punishment is not. Get it?
Re: Well, if you're going to do it...
> Then don't announce it, just do it!
> Announcing in such a public fashion that
> you're going to remove advertising for a
> day is the equivalent to beating people
> over the head with a club and screaming,
> "Hey, look at us, we're sensitive!"
We all do what we can to remember 9/11, not everyone can go to the extreme, this is a little token in rememberence, I'm sure if they could they would of built a statue in rememberence, but they could not. Remember its not the gift that counts, but the thought that does.