But sometimes that involves praying for a quick end to conflict. Not just praying that conflict magically goes away. It looks like we’re taking the ISIS threat seriously, and actually using language that suggests conflict, war, battle, and campaigns to finish off an opponent. I understand there is plenty of blame to go around. But when your ship hits an iceberg, sometimes it’s more prudent to focus on saving passengers rather than standing on the bridge arguing over who is to blame. I wonder when we’ll learn that. 9/11 certainly didn’t teach the lesson.
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