Re: Janeway's Decision to Kill Tuvix
If it's really just a numbers "game", then it's ironic that Janeway, who pushed so hard to uphold Starfleet ideals (most of the time), would be so willing to look the other way at a time when executing a sentient being was involved.
Though it would have been hilarious if she threw this in the faces of those who encouraged her to show more flexibility.
Yeah... watching the Phage when Janeway gives that long winded speech about how evolved humanity is and they're beyond even considering something so barbaric when confronted with the possibility of killing the Viidian to get Neelix's lungs back is amusing when you consider this episode.
"I was never a Star Trek fan." J.J. Abrams