Originally Posted by QGator2414
So they don't want to put our service men and women in harms way but do.
Again, their lives are secondary to other priorities. You can consider that intentional, but I'd be willing to bet the people making the decisions rationalize the justness of their decisions based on their perverted priorities.
The idea that we have to make wars and overturn governments in the mideast in an effort to protect access to mideast oil is an easy example. There are people who think that is perfectly rational and just.... and to the OP, don't spend much time contemplating sins... "You shall not murder" apparently doesn't cross their mind.
Of course, you never answered my question... tell me which military actions since WWII (we haven't actually declared war since then) have involved a legitimate threat to the American people?
The answer to that question tells you whether we inappropriately put our service men and women in harm's way... on a regular basis.