I can understand that, but do not agree with that.it is a twisting of terms to gain support.
Twisting terms, spin-doctors, gray areas.
I believe in morals. Right is right. Period. Either an action is right or it is not right. No middle ground. On or off.
An individual can talk about 'justifiable' actions, but a justifiable action is not a right action.
I think that particular individuals either elected or appointed to an office have either become dizzy/confused (twisting terms, spin-doctors, inside the gray area) as to what the word "right" means, or they do not care about what the word "right" means and what it represents.
BUSH April 10, 2001And even though he did lie and obfuscate, it seems that too many Americans now find this sort of behavior acceptable
If we as human beings lose sight of what the word "right" represents, and find that sort of behavior acceptable, then anything goes. And I mean anything. Everything can be justifiable. Suicide bombers--go for it. Terrorism--do your worst. Nation A invades nation B-- did it before, can do it again. Errors in 'intelligence' gathering--relax, we're working on it. Economic sanctions--they don't deserve food."This administration is doing everything we can to end the stalemate in an efficient way. We're making the right decisions to bring the solution to an end."
All shall be lost because one side believes they are right, and the other side believes that they are right. Neither side is right because there is no side, and believing that one is on a 'side' precludes the possibility of that one attaining right perception and being "right".
If human beings that currently govern the planet cannot agree what the word "right" represents (order, peace, truth, not duality) then any action by any human at any point is 'OK', and 'good-to-go', and 'alright'.
And nothing shall be right.