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Venezuela, Russia and Cuba: Our Next Threat to Peace??

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by righteousdude2, Sep 22, 2008.

  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member
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    Oct 14, 2007
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    With Venezuela and Russia building an unholy alliance to our south, do we as a nation have anything to fear, or at least be concerned about?

    There is talk, between these two nations, to get Cuba involved in their war games, which would put Russian ships in the Gulf of Mexico, and right off the coast of Texas.

    What started this was our placement of missiles in Poland, and I think Russia is aching for a fight. If my assumptions are true, than you need to ask yourself just who would be best as President. Hands down, I say McCain. Obama would probably negotiate with these thugs and give them the Gulf of Mexico as a goodwill incentive to keep the peace.

    It is time for McCain to make this threat his number one issue, with the need to drill for oil part and parcel of that issue. Should Venezuela decide to place an oil embargo on us, with Russia backing the embargo, we could be in for a world of hurt, with prices for gas reaching into the double digits.

    This is where Palin fits the role as Veep so well. McCain knows war, and Palin knows oil and energy. These two would be the right package for America.


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  2. Major B

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    If the Russian Navy wants to play, we can dispatch one carrier group and sink them all. Same with the old bear bombers down there. The Russian navy was no match for ours in the height of the USSR. It nas not gotten better. Most of its ships are rusting at the docks where they were left.