Anyway, to add to that, the bottom line is, yes, there are cruel, harmful individuals in the world who sit in the positions of power and influence cultures, often for the very worse.
Your argument is flawed however. According to your argument, you say if someone as much as "thinks" that someone is bad or unjust that it should be an instant jurisdiction or only fair that person serves and goes to remove the individual's regime.
So, isn't it fair then, unless this current administration actually supports Islam Karimov of Uzbekistan and other brutal dictatorships across the world, that if they think they're bad too that they should sign up themselves and go fight their regimes?
Isn't it fair to argue that during the era of Vietnam, when many in our administration who themselves dodged the draft, including Cheney, Ashcroft, Wolfowitz, Rove, Gingrich and Perle, regardless of what they believed then, should serve themselves now if they strongly believe in the war in Iraq?
I see your argument, but you've got to consider the whole here.
Besides that, I happen to believe it is not unpatriotic not to serve your country through the military. I believe in "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness", and I will proudly serve my country, America, the beautiful, as a son, brother, friend, poet, student, musician, newscaster, activist and patriot.
"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other"