Jeremy Sapienza

Jeremy Sapienza

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298 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - Don't Arm Syria's Rebe... · 1 reply · +2 points

No, Antiwar.com is not selective: it opposes all wars, but primarily is concerned with US foreign policy. That said, of course we oppose all interventions. Adding US intervention to the pot (even assuming there already hasn't been massive US intervention behind the scenes for decades, which, no) doesn't "balance" anything, it just bumps the death tolls.

299 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Original A... - Antiwar.com Sues FBI A... · 0 replies · +4 points

I think Eric was just making a side point there. Of coruse everyone deserves to be able to purely opine about anything.

301 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - Stop Suggesting Conscr... · 1 reply · +7 points

Lucy, we obviously need a draft to end the war. Didn't you see how quickly it ended the Vietnam war? Barely 20 years!

301 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - Stop Suggesting Conscr... · 0 replies · +2 points

Right because there was ever a time the powerful let their children be drafted to die in stupid wars unwillingly. How ridiculous.

363 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - Jeff Huber, RIP · 0 replies · +2 points

Well sh*t.

363 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - NYT and the Law that D... · 1 reply · +5 points

Charlie, you're wrong. 1022 does "apply" to US citizens in that it doesn't *forbid* their forever-detention. This was a subject of much controversy and examination before and after the bill was passed, and many lawyers not in thrall of the president have concluded it can easily in fact apply to citizens as it does not repeal other laws and precedents that deal with citizens. And as you know, "not required" is not at all remotely the same thing as "forbidden."

Anyway, *if* anyone were confusing the sections, you could forgive them as not only did you not name the specific sections in your piece, you didn't even name the piece of legislation the article described. You only mentioned "a" defense authorization bill deep in the piece. What's your angle?

364 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - NYT and the Law that D... · 0 replies · +3 points

Learn English.

364 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - The Non-Issue: Agonizi... · 0 replies · +3 points

I like how conquering and subjugating native inhabitants and their properties is "annexation" and "naturalization." States are really big mafias.

364 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - The Non-Issue: Agonizi... · 1 reply · +5 points

I like how conquering and subjugating native inhabitants and their properties is "annexation" and "naturalization." States are really big mafias.

364 weeks ago @ Antiwar.com Blog - Rick Santorum, Manchur... · 1 reply · 0 points

Yeah we need to get Obama out so Republicans can get another turn nixing our rights. And even better if they adhere to some technicality nobody has ever sufficiently defined. Natural born? ur mah presidint!