The context that I was using was perspective. I'm sure there are those who would choose to use this as a slogan for the "might is right" philosophy, but much as Islam is twisted to fit Jihad, so can these words be turned to fit a purpose. It's not the message, but the messanger that matters. It's up to the invdividual to gleen from the message what he may.outsider said:Well, if there is only one real truth to this statement, then perhaps I failed to communicate my full understanding of it...
nonetheless, i do realize what it means, however my point was that this statement is used so much that it ALSO implies that "this is how it is and how it will be" and so the underlying message is that "might is right". To those who are unable to find a higher ground:
"if you got the guns, use them, no one will remember because you will just cover it up."
My point is that this line should be used less, as it can certainly be viewed out of context.
These are just thoughts to add on to thoughts... eloquence is secondary to the intended thought...