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I kill flies and skeeters. I can't kill mice though and the only time I could kill a person would be if my life was in danger and it was me or them...then I wouldn't think twice about it. I can't imagine going to war. How they keep their sanity is beyond me.
The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever. Isaiah 40:8
Post by wmfan/waltonsportwriter on May 3, 2012 23:24:45 GMT -5
I admired Jason in the Conscience. If I was a person who was able and ready to serve my counrty then I would gladly do it. Jason is just a consciensious and sensitive man and it was hard for him to kill and as a peace loving person I can certainly understand that. Some have the mentality to be in the fight for our country and we can certainly serve proudly in many ways whether it involves fighting or not. So I applaud his decision in the Conscience and only each one of us can decide if we are ready to serve and in what way. But in any case we are good and patriotic citizens
That episode was a great story and once again the writers weren't afraid to bring up a subject that was controversially frowned upon. The story fit Jason very well. He was such a sensitive and caring guy.