Thankyou! Does a lawyer look at both sides of a situation? Only if it serves the interest of his guilty-as-hell-client. Otherwise, lawyers couldn't care less about what the other side thinks.
The man-in-the-street can understand both sides of every situation. That's because he's an ordinary guy. This was written during the Vietnam war (fought as a proxy war between Communism and Democracy) similar to the stalemate in Korea today:
"I'm just an ordinary guy" sings Tony Orlando "the gypsy on western Ave between Hollywood and Sunset told me so just last night:
and I was beginning to think Candida was a disease. Well, it is a disease.
War is a disease against every man - isn' tit I mean it. I mean tit I mean it?