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    ^^Marlo, what's your opinion on the matter? You haven't even addressed the question

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALCATRAZ View Post
    in your opinion ...


    if an american soldier / american contracted worker / american water purifier (u get the picture) ... dies in a war zone in iraq ... in your opinion, who does the blame fall on? the murderer? or the person who signed their life over to their government? please give reason for your responses
    there is no blame

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    how in the fuck can i have an opinion on something so fucking vague

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    are u in the military

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    how do we even know what happened in this theoretical situation

    we can basically assume that anyone with the most malicious intent is the easiest to blame
    we can infer that the "soldier" and "insurgent" were trying to defend their own country and beliefs
    the "soldier" didnt "sign their life over to the government" their life can never be purchased or stolen

    the whole incident would be most likely based on chance. is chance to blame?
    unrelated, would a fox be in the wrong for ending the life of a chicken?

    should man carry out the justice? or should God?

    there also isnt "blame" when forgiveness is in the equation

    my only answer without being there would be that an entity of peoples (the government, other) forced these men, not physically, but mentally into an area where this event took place. people are to blame, the location is to blame, life and death are to blame, causality and chance are to blame.

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