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GOP Silence on the Wars 2.0

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Crabtownboy, Aug 31, 2012.

  1. Crabtownboy

    Crabtownboy Well-Known Member
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    I suppose the GOP does not want the American people to be reminded of the two huge messes they got us in in the early yeas of this century.

     
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    Don't forget the Truman Police Action in Korea; 54246 killed, 103284 wounded!

    And then there was the Lyndon Johnson War in Viet Nam; 58219 killed, 153356 wounded.

    Of course there is the democrat war on the unborn children, male and female; ~ 4000 each day, more than 50,000,000 [50 million] since 1973 and next week the democrats will stand up and cheer the continuation of this slaughter!
     
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    Yes, I thought that was odd...
     
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    And of course we could talk about democrat Wilson's war, WWI; and democrat Roosevelt's war, WWII.
     
  5. poncho

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    As long as our "foreign policy" of military interventionism serves the global elite's purposes the democrats and republicans will be only to happy to extend it for the rest of our lives.

    Stop letting yourselves be blinded by the false left vs right paradigm. Both parties agree on military interventionism because their global masters gain so much wealth and power from it and part of it comes their way . . . if they only go along.

    And they always do.

    Hey, how come I don't hear republicans questioning Obama about how he and Hillary have been training, funding and arming Islamic extremists? The evidence is overwhelming yet we get nothing but silence from Obama's "opponents".

    Why is that???
     
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    Congress has not declared a war since the attack on Pearl. None of those million or so GIs died while defending the USA in a legal war.
     
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    Millions haven't died defending the US since WWII. Nevertheless whether Congress declares war or not it seems democrats are better at starting them!
     
  8. Zaac

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    Now let's see if the Dems mention that war that's going on up in Chicago at the DNC. [​IMG]
     
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