reply to post by 7even7eas
I would withdraw from Iraq and Afghanistan. We're there for political and economical gain, which is immoral to me. It's more like we're playing
chess trying to gain political gain on China and Russia due to us surrounding Iran and all the oil and other resources in the region that they want to
mine. Also the "militants" that we are fighting are nowhere near anything to a military force. We're spending more money on this war than we have
on any other war. We're using the most high tech technology used in a war. But the "forces" that we're fighting are nothing compared to a national
The situation is more like if La Cosa Nostra put a hit on a political figure in the U.K. and the U.K. invaded the U.S. and started roaming the streets
looking to fight the Mafia. If I recall correctly, all of the other enemy combats in our other wars were armed and strong political and military
forces most of the time of internationally recognized political entities, unlike the Jihadists. They're more like the Mafia. However, we control the
armies of Iraq and Afghanistan, we are simply fighting STREET GANGS.
It's just a scam, fraudulent and illegal "war," if that is what you want to call it. Either way 9/11 would of never happened had the U.S. hadn't
tried to control the region, exploit the regions resources and take the vast majority of the profits and leaving the region in a 3rd world situation.
Since we seriously messed up the political, social, and economical situations in these two countries and the region, we have to at least leave some
forces in the region to keep some type of comfortability for the people whose lives we have impacted.
I also agree that we should use our troops to stop the flow of coke, meth, heroin, and other explicit drugs from the border and to crack down on gang
violence. But take away the right to assemble, I'm a strict constitutionalist. We should end the war on drugs, if we didn't pillage Mexico they wold
be in poverty so they wouldn't need to do what they do.
I can go on about the economy. I agree with you on it. 100% abolish the fed and lower income and sales tax and just have one straight flat tax. Bring
down the cost of living down, transfer the man power from oil to green energy sources and have the government pay for it. End farming subsidies so
that we can grow locally and organically, instead of paying farmers not to grow more, pay them more to grow organically.
Immigration is a sticky situation, you have a good view point on it, but anyway its always controversial. We should make sure it doesn't happen
illegally but allow it for good people to come into our country. The infrastructure of our country was built entirely by immigrants so we can't be
hostile towards them, that is completely immoral. However the U.S. doesn't have a federally recognized language, since it is built from immigration.
With the power structure, we need a grass roots coup de revolution and have local businesses instead of having the best government that corporate
giants money can but. Power for the people. We also need a cultural renaissance so that the majority of the population and gain a good more and
logical perspective so that we can have the masses govern themselves.
I agree since Israel is there that there should be a joint Israel and Palestine state, not just a safe haven for the Palestinians, Palestine was there
first. The only reason why that happened was because Palestine was a colony of the U.K. prior to the founding of the U.N. Israel has also committed
way more war crimes than Palestine and killed way more Palestinians than Palestine has to Israel.
With education I agree with you. But we need to stop forcing kids to learn through disciple and conformity and rather have them motivated the students
to become a better person and to embrace what they're natural talents are. Physical education should be mandatory and every student should have
mastered at least one instrument by the time they graduate high school.
I've had a long day working, I'm tired. I'm in college for political science and philosophy so I could go on fore days about this. Hopefully in the
future we can exchange beliefs.
Until then PEACE.