C.J.: The guy across the street is beating up a pregnant woman. You don’t go over and try and stop it?
TOBY: Guy across the street is beating up anybody, I like to think I go over and try to stop it, but we’re not talking about the President going to Asia or the President going to Rwanda or the President going to Qumar. We’re talking about the Preisdent sending other people’s kids to do that.
C.J.: That’s always what we’re talking about, and in addition to being somebody’s kids, they’re soldiers and sailors, and if we’re about freedom from tyranny, then we’re about freedom from tyranny, and if we’re not, we should shut up.
TOBY: Back at the office, you were telling Will…
C.J.: He said that to Will ‘cause that’s what we say.
TOBY: You were’t even there.
C.J.: It’s what we always say.
TOBY: On Sunday, he’s taking an oath to ensure domestic tranquilty.
C.J.: And to establish justice and promote the general welfare. Stand by while atrocities are taking place, and you’re an accomplice.
TOBY: I’m not indifferent to that, but knuckleheaded self-destruction is never going to burn itself out, you really want to send your kids across the street into the fire?
C.J.: Want to? No. Should I? Yes.
TOBY: Why? And don’t give me a lefty answer.
C.J.: A lefty answer is all I’ve got.
TOBY: Why are you sending your kids across the street?
C.J.: 'Cause those are somebody's kids, too.