Re: “Reconsider the ‘Blame Game'”

Jason Borgett and Charles Haselwood did a fine job of overcomplicating the simple. Fancy words about lofty ideals doth not necessarily a better world make. Their assertions that our current fracas in Iraq is little more than an illustration of the current administration’s inability to seek higher intellectual ground is well beyond naive. The world ethic they presume we are avoiding has never existed, and never will until the gene that controls evil behavior is removed from mankind. They would do well to scan history to validate the truth of this. They can begin at September 11, 2001 and work backward.

Dennis Fishel