Some think the US government should avoid violating international laws, the Geneva Convention, our own Code of Military Conduct and jus cogens by not torturing.
Others think some torture of certain people is okay.
The Center: Allow torture of certain people under limited circumstances.
Some think the constitution is “sacred obligatory on all citizens,” the foundation of our nation, the bulwark of our very liberty, a document which unites all Americans around principles of self-governance, and whose defense is the basis of all oaths of office and the essence of patriotism.
Others think it is “just a piece of paper” to be violated at whim.
The Center: Follow the constitution some of the time and subvert it at other times.
Some think all government officials, private citizens, and corporations are obligated to follow the law of the land or pay the penalty.
Others think violations of the law should be ignored if high officials say it is okay.
The Center: Require obedience to the law in most circumstances but sometimes allow lawlessness.
Some say human-caused global warming is the most serious threat to the future of humanity and could well lead to our extermination unless drastic action is immediately undertaken.
Others say global warming is the biggest hoax ever visited on the American people.
The Center: Everybody recycle and try to turn off unneeded lights.
Some think the US should only go to war on the basis of reliable intelligence which reveals a plausible threat to our national security.
Others think its okay to go to war on the basis of trumped up intelligence in order to further the financial and power interests of an elite minority.
The Center: Try to go to war only when intelligence proves it’s necessary, but continue to prosecute wars started under other circumstances.