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Golden Turk

La Plata, MD

#21 Sep 6, 2013
I honestly feel that a strike against Syria would be one that could be filled with untended and unforeseen consequences. Russia is a long time supporter of this country and like our stance with Israel, an attack against the Syrians could be considered an attack against the Russians. We may be more powerful than the Russians but like the Germans in World War II, fighting on multiple fronts will result in total defeat. If the Russians, Chinese, and outlaw middle east countries form an alliance, we will suffer a defeat that could involve our home soil. Please everyone read a little history and see what happens when your country is over-extended. We have a fragile economy, a population that is not willing to face a long term war, and with no draft in place human resources will be limited. Please everyone, call, write, email, text, do whatever to discourage this involement in something that has not been defined with an objective that is clear concise and functional.
VETNAM 2

King William, VA

#22 Sep 6, 2013
Golden Turk wrote:
I honestly feel that a strike against Syria would be one that could be filled with untended and unforeseen consequences. Russia is a long time supporter of this country and like our stance with Israel, an attack against the Syrians could be considered an attack against the Russians. We may be more powerful than the Russians but like the Germans in World War II, fighting on multiple fronts will result in total defeat. If the Russians, Chinese, and outlaw middle east countries form an alliance, we will suffer a defeat that could involve our home soil. Please everyone read a little history and see what happens when your country is over-extended. We have a fragile economy, a population that is not willing to face a long term war, and with no draft in place human resources will be limited. Please everyone, call, write, email, text, do whatever to discourage this involement in something that has not been defined with an objective that is clear concise and functional.
Golden Turk.....

In my opinion there is a lot of truth in what you say.
John W

Saluda, VA

#23 Sep 6, 2013
I never thought I would live to see this day.
Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians all agreeing on something. Voting NO on Syria. We are a united Country.
HB Rules

United States

#24 Sep 6, 2013
John W wrote:
I never thought I would live to see this day.
Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians all agreeing on something. Voting NO on Syria. We are a united Country.
So Tim Kaine voted no in the senate the other day..........thats news to me.
Piggy

Herndon, VA

#25 Sep 6, 2013
HB Rules wrote:
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So Tim Kaine voted no in the senate the other day..........thats news to me.
You're mistaken, no big deal. Kaine voted for war with Syria in sub comity hearing.
__________

Here is a list of those who voted for and against war with Syria. If you are against the war and live in one of the states where these numskulls are from, vote against them next time they're up for election. I will be voting against Tim Kaine (D-Va.). The last time I voted for a Republican was for W the first time. This is not about political party's, it's about right and wrong.

Who voted yes?: Committee Chairman Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) and Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.)(by proxy — was absent due to the Jewish holiday), Benjamin Cardin (D-Md.), Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), Christopher Coons (D-Del.), Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), Tim Kaine (D-Va.). Ranking member Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and Sens. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.).

Who voted no?: Sens. Tom Udall (D-N.M.), Christopher Murphy (D-Conn.), James Risch (R-Idaho), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.)
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Piggy and Rand Paul finally agree on something. Oink Oink.
wtcsret

Goose Creek, SC

#26 Sep 6, 2013

“C. Green”

Since: Sep 12

Colonial Beach

#27 Sep 7, 2013
Join me in opposition to our Presidents plans in intervene in the Syrian civil war. Go to http://dontattacksyria.com and sign the petition.
HB Rules

United States

#28 Sep 9, 2013
Piggy wrote:
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You're mistaken, no big deal. Kaine voted for war with Syria in sub comity hearing.
__________
Here is a list of those who voted for and against war with Syria. If you are against the war and live in one of the states where these numskulls are from, vote against them next time they're up for election. I will be voting against Tim Kaine (D-Va.). The last time I voted for a Republican was for W the first time. This is not about political party's, it's about right and wrong.
Who voted yes?: Committee Chairman Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) and Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.)(by proxy — was absent due to the Jewish holiday), Benjamin Cardin (D-Md.), Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), Christopher Coons (D-Del.), Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), Tim Kaine (D-Va.). Ranking member Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and Sens. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.).
Who voted no?: Sens. Tom Udall (D-N.M.), Christopher Murphy (D-Conn.), James Risch (R-Idaho), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.)
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Piggy and Rand Paul finally agree on something. Oink Oink.
if really read what i typed, i think i know where tim kaine stands.
Piggy

Sterling, VA

#29 Sep 9, 2013
HB Rules wrote:
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if really read what i typed, i think i know where tim kaine stands.
I "really" read what you posted. English is my first language. You posted on this thread, "So Tim Kaine voted no in the senate the other day..........thats news to me." In reality he voted "yes" to going to war with Syria. Kaine voted Yes. Google it and/or read your post.

I'm just merely pointing out that you made an error on how Kaine voted. We all make mistakes, no big deal.
Back Door Diplomacy

Falls Church, VA

#30 Sep 9, 2013
my opinion wrote:
How do you keep a particular population under comtrol? Keep a war going someplace at all times
How to save face once you've crossed the line?

Ask Hilary to send Dennis Rodman to talk to Putin about having Al-Assad turn over his chemical arsenal to Putin under outside supervision. Sit back and let things blow over hoping that the other issues don't resurface (not likely).
Piggy

Sterling, VA

#31 Sep 10, 2013
Back Door Diplomacy wrote:
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How to save face once you've crossed the line?
Ask Hilary to send Dennis Rodman to talk to Putin about having Al-Assad turn over his chemical arsenal to Putin under outside supervision. Sit back and let things blow over hoping that the other issues don't resurface (not likely).
I think Rodman is a CIA agent.

Oink Oink

Seriously, it looks like we've avoided another war, for now at least.

HB Rules

Virginia Beach, VA

#32 Sep 10, 2013
Piggy wrote:
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I "really" read what you posted. English is my first language. You posted on this thread, "So Tim Kaine voted no in the senate the other day..........thats news to me." In reality he voted "yes" to going to war with Syria. Kaine voted Yes. Google it and/or read your post.
I'm just merely pointing out that you made an error on how Kaine voted. We all make mistakes, no big deal.
Then use your english as a first language skills and re-read the statement I made with a little sarcasm. Hopefully the light will come on, if not, I will say a prayer for your friends and family cause they will need it.
Kaine seriously

King George, VA

#33 Sep 11, 2013
Bad Penny wrote:
Putting aside the comments from a bigot. Senator Kaine vote with the majority to authorize our military to engage in aggression against another sovereign nation. Make no mistake, this is a vote to conduct an illegal act of war. In order to secure enough votes, the President’s promise of “limited and narrow in scope” was amended to a broader commitment. Inserted into the resolution by Senator McCain; “decisive changes to the present military balance of power”.
Changing the balance of power will create a vacuum, which will be filled by the Al Qaeda backed opposition forces. General Dempsey stated testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, that in the event the Islamist threaten to capture the stockpiles of Chemical Weapons, the US would be forced to insert ground troops to secure them.
Soon the War Resolution will be debated on the Senate floor. Contact Senator Warner @ warner.senate.gov and tell him – Just say NO!
. Jaime is an absolute moron the oy reason he even was able to run for governor because he married into it as his wife's father was a former governor of Virginia. Not to mention Kaine left with Viginia being in the negative red ink as he was to worried about Obama picking him as the Vice President only to be double crossed by another moron Joe Biden. Governor McDonnell did the same thing when he assumed Romney would choose him as a vice presidential pick mean while Virginia losing jobs, paying moe into retirement. And to top it off stupid ass Northern Viginia elected Kaine as Senator I mean how freaking stupid can you get, he suck as Governor what did you think he would get senate and change is moronic ideological beliefs, Kaine is a follower, not a leader if Obsma tells his dog to sit, Kaine sits and the rolls over as no the dog looks at Kaine like what a moron!

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