> Cookies vs. cake. Or neither. That works. > Death or life. No middle ground. > Terrorism or no terrorism. No middle ground. > Security of a country and it's citizens. Or not. 1 or 0. > > Or neutral. Of course it's a choice. But don't harbor, condone > or support terrorism and then want to be neutral or left alone, > and think that there won't be consequences. That doesn't work. > > Hugh Agreed But isn't the definition of terrorist dependant on where you are standing? define freedom fighter for me, isn't he a terrorist if he's fighting against you and a freedom fighter if he's on your side? Or am I too, being simplistic?