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Mission, TX

#21 Apr 3, 2013
Ayy wrote:
They are to close for comfort now is the time to check all are gun and get this started let them come they will die just like Red dawn
Lol! I thought the same thing.
Mr H

Corpus Christi, TX

#22 Apr 5, 2013
Ayy wrote:
They are to close for comfort now is the time to check all are gun and get this started let them come they will die just like Red dawn
Wolverines!!!

OK I had to put that. Like in Georgia, the law encourages the citizens to become gun owners, but its not mandatory. Reason for their laws is to protect themselves from government gun control regs that will come up.
Stinky

Mission, TX

#23 Apr 12, 2013
History Buff wrote:
N. Korea has the capability of starting WWIII due to its close ties with CHINA., the US' main threat... China is the main supplier of N. Korea and that's why N. Korea is threatening US... It's a major issue that UN has been trying to dismantle but seem to be fueling the fire... We s a nation need to be aware that we are no linger the leading innovator in both nuclear and bio nuclear weapons... If you look at statistics from previous years the US has fallen behind in a lot of areas and the ASIANS have excelled in most of those areas...
No sir!! With all due respect, but your wrong. Name a couple of ASIAN country's that have excelled the US in Nuclear and Bio Nuclear weapons. I'd say none! India, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and even North Korea are still working on their nuclear weapons. None of which neither has the capability of reaching the US mainland. Dont forget dude, our country has a very very powerful armed forces. The same thing was said about Iraq. It was said Iraq had a large Army. So?! Didn't take the US long to place them in their spot. JS
Mr H

Corpus Christi, TX

#24 Apr 23, 2013
Stinky wrote:
<quoted text>No sir!! With all due respect, but your wrong. Name a couple of ASIAN country's that have excelled the US in Nuclear and Bio Nuclear weapons. I'd say none! India, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and even North Korea are still working on their nuclear weapons. None of which neither has the capability of reaching the US mainland. Dont forget dude, our country has a very very powerful armed forces. The same thing was said about Iraq. It was said Iraq had a large Army. So?! Didn't take the US long to place them in their spot. JS
Who said Iraq had a powerful army? The president? In this time of age you can't really trust our elected officials. Now I'm not saying all of them are bad but they are out there, lying and blinding us so that we follow like sheep. This goes back to how our schools, law enforcement, and the government, wants us to stop thinking for ourselves and just follow orders with no questions asked. I once was a sheep until I saw what we are fighting for. The day I arrived in theater, I was ready to hunt for bin laden. That bubble was busted quickly when we got our orders to pull security on road construction and do route clearance, searching for IEDs. Why? We closed all the bases on that highway. So there was no need for that road. I'm sure you see where I'm getting at and if not let me break it down. In some places we were but 50 troops holding up a small base and in others, 200,000+. In our main base we were about 250 soldiers. Now the troops are sent to a very hostile environment to build a highway that we would abandon after it was completed. Now personally, I see it as a waste of resources and lives. We ended up losing two US soldiers and about a dozen afghan nationals, for what!!! A freaking road!!! Where's the justification in that...
Mr X

Mission, TX

#25 Apr 23, 2013
Mr H wrote:
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Who said Iraq had a powerful army? The president? In this time of age you can't really trust our elected officials. Now I'm not saying all of them are bad but they are out there, lying and blinding us so that we follow like sheep. This goes back to how our schools, law enforcement, and the government, wants us to stop thinking for ourselves and just follow orders with no questions asked. I once was a sheep until I saw what we are fighting for. The day I arrived in theater, I was ready to hunt for bin laden. That bubble was busted quickly when we got our orders to pull security on road construction and do route clearance, searching for IEDs. Why? We closed all the bases on that highway. So there was no need for that road. I'm sure you see where I'm getting at and if not let me break it down. In some places we were but 50 troops holding up a small base and in others, 200,000+. In our main base we were about 250 soldiers. Now the troops are sent to a very hostile environment to build a highway that we would abandon after it was completed. Now personally, I see it as a waste of resources and lives. We ended up losing two US soldiers and about a dozen afghan nationals, for what!!! A freaking road!!! Where's the justification in that...
Actually, it was the media who reported that the Iraqui Army had more soldiers than the U.S. not a more powerful Army but larger. That's why I said, that it really didn't matter how big of an Army the Iraqis had, the US placed them in their spot. And quick!
Mr H

Corpus Christi, TX

#26 Apr 23, 2013
Mr X wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, it was the media who reported that the Iraqui Army had more soldiers than the U.S. not a more powerful Army but larger. That's why I said, that it really didn't matter how big of an Army the Iraqis had, the US placed them in their spot. And quick!
Where do you think the media gets their info from? Why did we invade Iraq? Oil, WMDs, or perhaps an old grudge that Bush Sr. had....
Mr X

Mission, TX

#27 Apr 23, 2013
Mr H wrote:
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Where do you think the media gets their info from? Why did we invade Iraq? Oil, WMDs, or perhaps an old grudge that Bush Sr. had....
Im sorry but, that's not what you asked. why did we invade Iraq? What year? 1991 or 2003? 1991 was oil. 2003 was WMD. 1991 Iraq invaded Kuwait.
Mr H

Corpus Christi, TX

#28 Apr 24, 2013
Mr X wrote:
<quoted text>Im sorry but, that's not what you asked. why did we invade Iraq? What year? 1991 or 2003? 1991 was oil. 2003 was WMD. 1991 Iraq invaded Kuwait.
Did we ever find the WMD? Or like myself, do you believe that it was a ploy to get the US involved for more oil? Korea and Iran have WMDs, but we're not invading them. I wonder why?
Mr X

Mission, TX

#29 Apr 24, 2013
Mr H wrote:
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Did we ever find the WMD? Or like myself, do you believe that it was a ploy to get the US involved for more oil? Korea and Iran have WMDs, but we're not invading them. I wonder why?
Did we ever find the WMD? SIR! NO SIR!! It was all bullshit SIR!

Do you believe that it was a ploy to get the US involved for more oil? SIR! YES SIR!! The US is the only country that imports and consumes more oil than any other country in the world, SIR!!

Korea and Iran have WMDs, but we're not invading them. I wonder why? SIR! You just gave us the answer SIR! They (Iran and North Korea) have means of defending themselves SIR!. With WMD's!!! SIR!!

OK "H", I mean SIR!! what's with all the questions? SIR!!

Mr H

Corpus Christi, TX

#30 Apr 24, 2013
Mr X wrote:
<quoted text>Did we ever find the WMD? SIR! NO SIR!! It was all bullshit SIR!

Do you believe that it was a ploy to get the US involved for more oil? SIR! YES SIR!! The US is the only country that imports and consumes more oil than any other country in the world, SIR!!

Korea and Iran have WMDs, but we're not invading them. I wonder why? SIR! You just gave us the answer SIR! They (Iran and North Korea) have means of defending themselves SIR!. With WMD's!!! SIR!!

OK "H", I mean SIR!! what's with all the questions? SIR!!
Lmao... boy was that sarcasm laid pretty thick. Most of the Qs are not directed towards you, I just quote your responses to try to keep the readers up to date. Not to mention that true patriotic Americans need to open their eyes and question the actions of our government. I believe there will be another revolution.
Me X

Mission, TX

#31 Apr 25, 2013
Mr H wrote:
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Lmao... boy was that sarcasm laid pretty thick. Most of the Qs are not directed towards you, I just quote your responses to try to keep the readers up to date. Not to mention that true patriotic Americans need to open their eyes and question the actions of our government. I believe there will be another revolution.
LMAO!! Aaaahh, come on H, where's your sense of humor? I didn't mean for it to sound sarcastic. I'm just messing with you. The Q's?? They were good Q's. Its a crying shame that not many readers are interested in our current events. Aahh, but rest assure sir, there WILL be a Third World War.
Mr H

United States

#32 Apr 29, 2013
Mr X wrote:
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Did we ever find the WMD? SIR! NO SIR!! It was all bullshit SIR!
Do you believe that it was a ploy to get the US involved for more oil? SIR! YES SIR!! The US is the only country that imports and consumes more oil than any other country in the world, SIR!!
Korea and Iran have WMDs, but we're not invading them. I wonder why? SIR! You just gave us the answer SIR! They (Iran and North Korea) have means of defending themselves SIR!. With WMD's!!! SIR!!
OK "H", I mean SIR!! what's with all the questions? SIR!!
Seems to me that the US is becoming a bully instead of being the world police. Reason I used bullies is because they are the only type of people who prey on the weak. Take a stand and fight, you win some you lose some.
pooro gungnum style!!!!

Corpus Christi, TX

#33 Apr 29, 2013
N korea aint sh!t
Mr X

Mission, TX

#34 Apr 30, 2013
[QUOTE who="pooro gungnum style!!!!"]N korea aint sh!t[/QUOTE]

YOU'RE RIGHT!!! North Korea has exactly zero military experience over the past 60 years except for a few pilots who flew for North Viet Nam. The US has had considerable recent experience with quite a number of people of capable fighting age having recent combat experience. The North Koreans wouldn't know what hit them in a real fight. By the time they got themselves sorted out, it would be over.

The only chance they have would be to launch some sort of attack and attempt to make some headway while they still had the initiative but that wouldn't last very long. They can barely feed their people as it is, how long do you think they can keep an army in the field fed and equipped? I give them less than two weeks.
Mr H

United States

#35 May 2, 2013
Mr X wrote:
[QUOTE who="pooro gungnum style!!!!"]N korea aint sh!t"

YOU'RE RIGHT!!! North Korea has exactly zero military experience over the past 60 years except for a few pilots who flew for North Viet Nam. The US has had considerable recent experience with quite a number of people of capable fighting age having recent combat experience. The North Koreans wouldn't know what hit them in a real fight. By the time they got themselves sorted out, it would be over.

The only chance they have would be to launch some sort of attack and attempt to make some headway while they still had the initiative but that wouldn't last very long. They can barely feed their people as it is, how long do you think they can keep an army in the field fed and equipped? I give them less than two weeks.
Just like Desert Storm...
Mr X

Mission, TX

#36 May 2, 2013
Mr H wrote:
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Just like Desert Storm...
Precisely!!
Mr X

Mission, TX

#37 May 8, 2013
It looks like North Korea will not be firing its Musudan mobile missiles, after all. It appears that butterball boy saw his doom and backed down. Maybe he has at least a few brain cells!
Don Alberto Einstein

Mission, TX

#38 May 8, 2013
Mr X wrote:
It looks like North Korea will not be firing its Musudan mobile missiles, after all. It appears that butterball boy saw his doom and backed down. Maybe he has at least a few brain cells!
Looks like little Kim got spanked hard by his only ally to the north. I'm guessing China impressed upon him the error of his ways and probably told him if he did launch anything towards the US, he'd be on his own as far as the repercussions that act would surely bring from the US! Either that or he's just a little #$%$ at heart.
He is up to something; no military force will just up and move something without an idea or provocation to do so. The old saying, be wary of your enemies, but be cautious about the quiet ones.

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