Friday, October 14, 2011

To Swap Or Not To Swap

I had an epiphany about the whole terrorists-for-soldiers swap. I used to be very against it, until this revelation of mine. Now I think we should do it and it's worth it, and I'll tell you why.

First off, we have to ask, why do people not want to do the swap? Well, what I usually hear is that they don't want to teach the arabs that it's ok for them to kidnap our soldiers. If we do the swap, it shows them we'll just free all of our prisoners to get our boys back, and they'll kidnap more soldiers.

Ok, really think about this for a second. Does this actually make sense? We don't want them to start kidnapping soldiers again? Do you think they ever stopped trying? Do you think they ever thought, "Oh, they're not doing the swap, maybe this kidnapping-soldiers thing isn't such a good idea"? Who actually thinks that arabs think like that? I can guarantee that they have never stopped trying to kidnap soldiers, just like they never stop trying to do terror attacks. Come on, they're arab terrorists, do people actually think they ever stop trying to do anything to hurt us? No. Just because no other soldiers have been kidnapped doesn't mean they don't try. I hate to say it, but kidnapping soldiers is a win-win for them. If we don't do a swap, then they have our soldier, and if we do swap, then they get their terrorists back.

Obviously we should lock up [and give the death penalty to (but that's a different story)] as many arab terrorists as we can. But if by releasing them we get one of our boys back, then I say do it. Besides, how many terrorists are there in Aza? 50,000? 100,000? 1,000,000? Will another thousand make a difference? No, it won't. 1K doesn't make that much of a difference when the number is that big.

What we should really do is implant GPS's into there bodies, and just arrest them all again. The GPS's to cut out all the unnecessary where-are-they?-Let's-get-our-intelligence-going thing.

It doesn't matter what we do, they never stop, never. And not swapping is not going to change that.

Lastly, I would like to thank the Good Lord for foiling our enemies plans, and I pray that they will never again be successful in carrying out attacks.


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