Comments such as yours are precisely why I wrote this article. This is exactly the type of thinking I am referring to. You totally ignore all evidence that doesn’t fit into you Blame-America-First agenda. You offer no arguments to the conclusions of the article, you only continue with your blind assertions of our guilt. You are determined to find fault with America, despite any factual evidence to the contrary. You will not learn because you have chosen not to learn. I have no respect for your borrowed opinions. And, what is most disturbing to me of all, is that I bet you consider yourself to be a true patriot. Well, with friends like you -—
I rarely find fault with America. But I also don’t believe that always pretending we are incapable of making terrible mistakes during times of crisis is realistic. It does appear from your response to my point that you personally are unable to deal with disagreements since everything you wrote back was nothing more than a personal attack. Apparently, I am a blame America firster, I don’t learn because I choose not to, and I use borrowed opinions. Those are laughable, but I am offended by the suggestion I am not a true patriot. I don’t know exactly how you define a patriot, but I think having fought in two wars, and still carrying the physical effects from one of those wars allows me some small claim to patriotism, even though I believe fighting for your country is a privilege and not a sacrifice.
I guess you think putting innocent people in camps, taking everything they own, and then “allowing” their sons to fight and die for us is patriotic. I disagree.