India Bombings

I’ve been reading about this on and off all day, and frankly, don’t really know what to say about it, except something obvious and trite, like it’s horrific and utterly grim. And I wasn’t particularly keen to make a point about our failed foreign policy in the immediate wake of such a dreadful disaster. DBK pretty much sums it up for me:

It's a terrible tragedy that reminds us of all the similar terrible tragedies. We may disagree on the way in which to destroy the people and organizations that commit these horrendous murders, but there is no disagreement among good people when it comes to this: the people and organizations that commit such horrendous acts must be destroyed.

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