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"Cluster bombs are designed primarily to be used against armored or tanks mechanized formations. It's a number of bombs within a bombs. It clearly is not a weapon system to be used in a built-up area like cities and against law for it to be used against civilians" says James Marks, retired US army General. However, when Peter King pointed out that the US does have some of these cluster bombs to James, he responded "Absolutely. That's why the United States reserves the right to use those."
Originally posted by neo96
when a few million tanks start rolling up through our southern border
your going to wish damn why didn't we keep our cluster bombs.
leave national defense to those of us who know what were doing and what we need
and go back to american idol
Originally posted by FarArcherWe used them against Iraqis when a SF team was being assaulted by a large Iraqi force.
Wiped them out.
So hell yes.
We reserve the right.
Originally posted by gdaub23
who are we to be able to reserve the right when others cant? thats why I have been fed up with the government and military for so long...pretty soon there wont be many willing to fight for America...At least the America that they have turned it in to...and so since these ridiculas made up conflicts and so called wars are surely going to continue,it wont be long until theyll have to draft us into their bs