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    Quote Originally Posted by caryalsobrook View Post
    Damn he screwed up!! He should have drawn a red line in the sand.
    Like he did with North Korea? Fire and Fury...…. Hour many hours did it take for North Korea to threaten us again?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mngundog View Post
    Like he did with North Korea? Fire and Fury...…. Hour many hours did it take for North Korea to threaten us again?


    Not a shot has been fired. Not a single chemical weapon has killed anyone. North Korea nor the US is in anarchic turmoil. We have no troops in NK as we had in Siria nor does NK have troops in the US or in any country of our allies. But most of all, not a single member of our military has lost a life in NK in a long time. That cannot br said of Siria where the red line was drawn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post

    Let's think about this a minute:
    Today I measured $4,000 in $100 bill's. It was 1 quarter of an inch. There are four quarters in an inch so that makes $16,000 per inch.....&c, &c
    RB trust in banks and be discrete over the internet, having that much cash laying about the house makes you vulnerable to theft and maybe even IRS investigators.
    If asked to choose, I have to pick thieves as they can be run off by dogs and gunshots.
    Last edited by blind ambition; 10-19-2019 at 12:15 AM.
    fOriginally Posted by a ftrustworthy long-standing fcontributor.

    If ANYONE, be it an employee, employer, retired, military of government bureaucrat witnesses what they believe to be a crime, they have a responsibility to report it.

    Hello, my name is Blind Ambition and for the benefit of those in doubt, I agree with the above statement in its entirety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caryalsobrook View Post
    Not a shot has been fired. Not a single chemical weapon has killed anyone. North Korea nor the US is in anarchic turmoil. We have no troops in NK as we had in Siria nor does NK have troops in the US or in any country of our allies. But most of all, not a single member of our military has lost a life in NK in a long time. That cannot br said of Siria where the red line was drawn.
    ....and no concessions on weapons reductions either.

    Wasn't Obama’s “red line in the sand” ridiculed by Republicans precisely because when it was crossed he didn’t send in American forces into harms way? Like mngndg suggested, where was all this Republican isolationist sentiment when it was crucial earlier? While you’re celebrating Trump’s ideological shift from expensive world policing, stop to ask yourself are the 1000 coming home from Syria anything more than hollow token to economy when there are roughly 170,000 military personnel serving around the world?

    Hypocrites or dupes, I cannot be certain but definitely wrong on this issue from any argument supporting the policy coming from the Oval Office.
    Last edited by blind ambition; 10-19-2019 at 12:09 AM.
    fOriginally Posted by a ftrustworthy long-standing fcontributor.

    If ANYONE, be it an employee, employer, retired, military of government bureaucrat witnesses what they believe to be a crime, they have a responsibility to report it.

    Hello, my name is Blind Ambition and for the benefit of those in doubt, I agree with the above statement in its entirety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blind ambition View Post
    ....and no concessions on weapons reductions either.
    So far it never has been but at least we are not paying for nothing as in the past. Has Canada reached agreed contribuion to NATO first time or last time or anytime?

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    A cheap shot non sequitur, that’s it? You argue like an old girl friend I once had...and she was only that inept when she was drunk!
    fOriginally Posted by a ftrustworthy long-standing fcontributor.

    If ANYONE, be it an employee, employer, retired, military of government bureaucrat witnesses what they believe to be a crime, they have a responsibility to report it.

    Hello, my name is Blind Ambition and for the benefit of those in doubt, I agree with the above statement in its entirety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blind ambition View Post
    A cheap shot non sequitur, that’s it? You argue like an old girl friend I once had...and she was only that inept when she was drunk!
    You are good for a laugh.

    Is she(he?) the only one you can remember?

    Truth hurts, does it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by caryalsobrook View Post
    It was ours if he hadn't given it back.
    I would hope that upon sober second thought you might recognize the legal if not ethical ramifications were your line of reasoning be accepted general practice.
    fOriginally Posted by a ftrustworthy long-standing fcontributor.

    If ANYONE, be it an employee, employer, retired, military of government bureaucrat witnesses what they believe to be a crime, they have a responsibility to report it.

    Hello, my name is Blind Ambition and for the benefit of those in doubt, I agree with the above statement in its entirety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caryalsobrook View Post
    You are good for a laugh.

    Is she(he?) the only one you can remember?

    Truth hurts, does it?

    Wow, Donna is that you?! You haven’t changed a bit!
    fOriginally Posted by a ftrustworthy long-standing fcontributor.

    If ANYONE, be it an employee, employer, retired, military of government bureaucrat witnesses what they believe to be a crime, they have a responsibility to report it.

    Hello, my name is Blind Ambition and for the benefit of those in doubt, I agree with the above statement in its entirety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blind ambition View Post
    Wow, Donna is that you?! You haven’t changed a bit!
    Wow, is donna also a coward and hide who she(he) is??

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