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Originally posted by NoJustice
I don't understand how anyone could possibly vote for support of both Iran and North Korea, yet are not in the Military Services in support of the cause.
I love my country, but that's just a typical lazy American.
"Yeah we should bomb the freakin planet cuz there's terrorists everywhere in the world and they're a threat to me"
"Well, don't you think you might consider joining the Military to support the cause since you believe this way."
"Heck no man I ain't joining no military, it's dangerous as heck out there, there's terrorists everywhere in the world and they're a threat to me."
So you want the wars but you want someone ELSE to do it for you, pathetic really. If you believe we should be fighting North Korea, Iran and Iraq at the same time, you need to be enlisted in the military and stop depending on others to give you so called "security" our military is spread thin as it is.
Anyone who does not agree with the above statement would be the type of person who would never support any war of anykind. War is a terrible, terrible thing.
Originally posted by Rasputin13
If all diplomatic efforts have been exhausted. If every last measure to avert war has been taken. If the leadership of Iran and/or North Korea are unwilling to give up their pursuit of and stockpiles of nuclear weapons, respectively, then I would support military action.
Anyone who does not agree with the above statement would be the type of person who would never support any war of anykind. War is a terrible, terrible thing. But in the world we live in, sometimes it is a necessity. The world should now know that the United States will stop at nothing when it comes to the protection of its people and its allies. Dictators and tyrants should now be aware, as Khadafi eventually was, that our President means what he says and says what he means. When he says that Iran will NOT have nuclear weapons, he means it. Regardless of your opinion of our commander-in-chief, you must by now know that if he says he is going to do something then there is a very strong chance that he will do such.
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Originally posted by xmotex
NK and Iran both know that launching a nuclear attack on the US, either openly or surrepitously, is likely to result in massive retaliation. They are not going to attack us, because any way you look at it, they are hopelessly outmatched. In their eyes, nukes are almost certainly a deterrent - against a "preemptive attack" - by us.
Originally posted by EnronOutrunHomerun
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Originally posted by punkmonkey14
The reason I'm not for war in NK is because it would go nuclear, as will every war from here on.
Originally posted by Rasputin13
You are either unaware or unwilling to accept that fact that parts of the West Coast of the United States are well within range of North Korean ICBM's.
Originally posted by Simon666
Actually, at most they can reach parts of Alaska. Missiles with longer range have only been at most engine tested, but never actually test fired.
Originally posted by Odium
They do not need to hit America to do massive amounts of damage. You know that oil you love oh so much? Those bases in the Middle East and Asia?
They are all well within range.