List of United States Atrocities

Sounds like collateral reasoning.

The US possesses ample tools to take out a sniper without resorting to building demolition.

One can posit that a building leveled was worth more than a pin prick sniper.

Or one can posit different.

Either way, you're well outside the decision cycle.

Spectators don't call plays.

Haha yes. We look for civilians to kill more often than the real bad guys just because we're assholes like that. We want the world to hate us and to unite against us... that way, we can play with our nukes.
From watching videos on the internet I have come to the conclusion that "collateral damage" to the US just means "take out the entire building to get rid of a sniper on the roof".
Recently it meant "kill a kid and wound many others to maybe find someone who knows something about a kidnapped soldier".
so did anyone drag out the list?
that good old leftie standby?

i bet it has been posted numerous times over the years
as i did several years ago
American Hertiage or Encarta, the two I have on hand.
terrorism can be defined a number of ways, each one different from the others.

i stand by my claim that there is no single definition of terrorism that will apply to everybody.

The question of a definition of terrorism has haunted the debate among states for decades. A first attempt to arrive at an internationally acceptable definition was made under the League of Nations, but the convention drafted in 1937 never came into existence. The UN Member States still have no agreed-upon definition. Terminology consensus would, however, be necessary for a single comprehensive convention on terrorism, which some countries favour in place of the present 12 piecemeal conventions and protocols.

The lack of agreement on a definition of terrorism has been a major obstacle to meaningful international countermeasures. Cynics have often commented that one state's "terrorist" is another state's "freedom fighter".
a whole fuckin' lot more people then you know
Wrong. Nobody.
You cannot create a legitimate argument by trying to make definitions unclear as a cheap tactic.
Either provide a list, or get lost.
list of US atrocities.
1. polio vaccine
2. first time in history where people were given legal rights to property.
3. moon landing.
4. breaking sound barrier.
Only a mental retard would consider those atrocities. By the way, people do not have legal rights to property. The rich may take any property you have anytime they want, and get away with it because they are rich. Rich is might, and might makes right in a crooked country.