Why We Go to War

Can't we all just get along? Haha. That's a joke. I mean, what would that accomplish, really? And no, of course I don't mean that love is the ONLY enemy. Haha. That would be silly. Now stop reading these little captions on the graphics and get out there in the sunshine and fresh air. Haha. That's a joke, too. I know it's raining, and fresh air is an oxymoron, and there are battles to be fought right there in the privacy of your own home. What's that you say? Privacy is an oxymoron? Well alright, if you say so. I think your blood sugar is low, and it's past your nap time. Just my opinion. Nothing personal. Please don't kill me. If truth is the first casualty of war, the perceptions and events responsible for the bloodshed cannot be allowed to write the history books that shape the anger of our children. We love our children; that's why we go to war.

But love has never been the cause of any war. The perverse subversion of dark and light, left and right, right and wrong; that's why we go to war.

Love is the enemy. That's why we go to war.


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