Abortion clinic bomber Eric Rudolph is gladly going to jail, sure that the murders he committed were righteous because he had killed for a just cause.
The 9/11 terrorists went to their deaths with joy, content in the knowledge that the ensuing slaughter was a strike against the Great Satan.
George W. Bush proudly calls himself The War President and is willing to see tens of thousands of lives snuffed out, burned and maimed because it's a necessary price to pay in the fight against terrorism.
What do these people have in common? The belief that, if the cause is just, using deadly violence is justified and even a good thing.
In the end it comes down to this:
Will we do nothing? That's what the pro-war crowd says about Peacemakers.
Or will we oppose evil with evil? That's their solution.
Or will we oppose evil with a just defense?
I believe we can do better than war.