I agree, and to answer: a paert of it came to be through abortion clinics being attacked in Sweden.The man and woman have responsibility in this. Are they not consenting individuals, can they not use protection. In the US there are more people wanting to adopt than their are abortions. Due to the # of abortions they often have to adopt children from overseas. Of course their are special cases rape and so on. What about the potential for the unborn baby. Besides what has this to do with fighting the enemy?
This brought the conversation to abortion.
I kind of like the side track.
Someone put it quite good: Fighting on the enemies terms.So what shall we do? We can militarily intervene in countries and more or less stay there forever. The price for it is very high, not only the economic even the human price will be high.
The Middle East has another vital thing which is significant for the world. The oil and it influence the our behavior toward the region. So with ISIS now, shall we put out the fire and let them be until the next time? The nation building in Syria and Iraq is their problem not ours. I am a believer of the change of a society must come from inside and not outside. The grievances in these countries must be solved by the people residing there
Now, they "drive" us to a lenghtened battle, knowing we simply cannot hold on to that.
The cost is too immense.
Which is why I think that we should play darts with nukes (hyperbole here, to make a point).
We should amass all military personel everywhere and do a door to door search.
With enough people it will take aboutish 2 months, but then we got them ALL!
Also, we still allow money flow to ISIS and the likes, we should deprive them from ALL resources, both financial as material.
They sell oil? Kill oil wells!
They manage to buy weapons? Kill weapon transactions!
They manage to do whatever? Act armed with a minigun (Hyperbole)!
IMHO, this is the only way to act.