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Comment: Those are the first examples

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Those are the first examples

that came to my mind--Pearl Harbor was very targeted, as was the World Trade Center--VERY targeted strikes, so . . . NOT an act of war? That's like including water boarding in the definition of torture after WWII, then changing the definition to exclude it when the U.S. wants to use that particular torture method.
I am so tired of all the excuses for justifying U.S. military bullying, and the standards that apply to everyone else but the U.S.