posted on Jun, 6 2006 @ 12:13 AM
Why would this thread be locked down?
I admire you wanting to change the ways of Bush by electing Democrats, but that wont save the Republic. The only way is if in a land slide victory
for indipendent runners who are all down to earth average joes from the blue collar community to take over the house. That won't happen.
Republicans, Democrats, they are all the same! And note that Bush has NEVER veto'd a bill? That's because he does his little write offs, which
basically if a bill says that congress can do this or that or someone reports to so and so, bush does a write off that says "Only the President may
give authority to....." and simply turn the law house passes into a law that benifits him and him alone.
I dont know about nuclear attacks, it could happen. If two weeks before 9/11 you told me arabs will take over comercial airliners with paper cutters
and destroy the trade center and our top military comand point, i would laugh in your face. We are struggling, and as history shows never does the
worlds super power go down so gently, a super power is a beast, an animal that while may look kind in the end only cares for its survival. After 9/11
we took down two countries, preparing for Iran and who knows, South America is turning against us. Imagine though, if millions died in a single day?
That animal that is our republic will lash out at anyone and everyone, it will do this until everyone understands once again we dont get pushed
around. Two countries toppled over 3,000 deaths, a nuclear attack weather done by the government or not will lead to massive wars, and yes in the end
we will probably be better off as a government in the end, as free peoples of this repblic... I highly doubt such events could take place while we
retain our treasured freedoms.
Hopefully the next attack is still aways off. If it isnt, and it is on the 19th, I would think that after a major city is ddestroyed by a nuke, that
we wouldnt have good access to the internet and will not be able to debate this here on ATS