Hypocrisy & Controversy
Why is it that a democrat President can get a blowjob from an intern and everyone looks the other way while a republican Governor is chastised for falling deeply in love with a woman other than his wife? Because republicans stand on a platform of morality and values, they are held to a higher standard than democrats who cheat, lie, and steal for lunch.
Why is it that a pop music star can buy his way out of child molestation charges and be hailed as a pop hero icon upon his death when a regular "Joe" caught  in a mere act of consensual "intent" by Chris Hanson on Dateline's "To Catch a Predator" is humiliated on national TV, slammed to the ground and handcuffed by media manic policemen, destroying his life forever?
A Few Good Men

Talk about controversy. Justifying the murder of one human being in the interest of protecting a nation? Who can judge who's right or wrong? Both arguments are convincing in this clip.

This scene from "A Few Good Men" is one of the best in all movie history. In addition to the class A acting, the message is so poignant. The scene is most noted for the line that will surely go down as one of the most quoted lines from a movie of all time ... "You can't handle the truth". However, there is a line that is just as powerful in pointing out the utter ignorance of judging the actions, ethics, and fate of people in potions that require them to make moral and ethical decisions on behalf of our American freedoms every day ... "You have the luxury of not knowing what I know". That line deserves a lot of contemplation before judging people we put in power to protect us from the tyranny and extremists that want to destroy America and all we stand for