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Not neccessary to know enemy

Reader comment on item: [Lee Harris on Why the U.S. is] Discarding War's Rules

Submitted by Joy Booth (Australia), Jan 21, 2004 at 02:14

Lee Harris has been applauded for knowing the enemy.

This is quite unnecessary. It only takes common sense. And if each one of us looks back in our lives, we can see instances where we treated consistently bad people with decency, they used our decency against us to win their outcome.

The old saying "Fight fire with fire" is and always will be true.

Many people deserve our decency, do not waste it on exploiters.
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