"We've been about this for a dozen years."
Bill Cork offers several salient points about just war principles and Iraq:
We've tried sanctions--and the pacifists complain.
We've tried talking--and gotten nowhere.
We've tried limited reprisals--and he has laughed.
And we are told we have still not exhausted peaceful means.
Twelve years folks. How much longer do the advocates of "peaceful means" suggest we play this game? What other approaches do they recommend we try that have not been attempted in the last twelve years?
The silence is deafening.
As they say, "read the whole thing."