07 October 2008
Oh, now moral issues at stake can justify military action. So in the cases of genocide or ethnic cleansing we can invade.

But if we determine that some dictator, somewhere, who, last time anyone knew, had weapons of mass destruction and had been ordered by the U.N. to demonstrate that he had disarmed and was, therefore, a very real (and gathering) threat, requiring military action then that military is unwarranted.

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