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Old November 30, 2006, 02:19 AM   #12
Red Grant
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Originally Posted by rem33
Natives? Fer Pete's sake. Just where did that come from?
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Originally Posted by rem33
I believe I'm "JUST" beyond caring.
People in general would accept the consequence of action done to others with whom they would not feel "Group Solidarity" that they might have considered as "unjust" if that action had happened to themselves and/or those with whom they would feel "Group Solidarity" so long as this "unjust" action had been commited by either themselves and/or those with whom they would feel "Group Solidarity", especially when the consequence happend to be beneficial for themselves and/or those with whom they would feel "Group Solidarity".



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Originally Posted by rem33
Agreed, but does this make it acceptable?


Suppose someone claims to find it unacceptable, but does little to carry out what he considers as "just" because that someone is more interested in his career and/or well-being over "justice" as he sees it, then:


Does this mean this someone accept it or does not accept it?


Or


Are you going to do something significant/meaningful about it either now or sometime in the future to bring "justice" as you see it to those you think/hold responsible for what happend to Randy Weaver and his family even if that could cost either your well-being/comfort or a career (that you love)?
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