What right would America have to protect its citizens should the Cubans decide to fire missiles and rockets into our states along the Gulf and Southern border? Because Cuba is crowded with people, should we worry about collateral damage, especially when that damage is death and or injuries to Cuban children, the aged and women? How far should America go to stop this aggression to make sure it never happens again? Would we be required to stop for humanitarian purposes so civilians could get food and water, if the UN or a group of allies asked us to? And if Cuba violated the temporary truce, would we have the right to resume firing missiles back into Cuba? I purposely put the shoes on our feet, in order to see how the average American would think and feel about the very same things Israel is facing. And I ask you, since when is a war about being fair? I heard CNN talk this evening about the unfair advantage Israel had in firepower and the delivery of that firepower, over Gaza, which is a telling reason that more Palestinians are dying than Israelis. Should a war be overly concerned about being fair? In other words, should the country with far more superiority be obligated to tie one hand behind their back, to even out the odds? I would appreciate your honest opinions. Please don't tear this premise apart, by saying it is going to happen, or this is a silly scenario! It could, in fact, happen, and nearly did back in the early days of JFK!