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    As long as you have freedom of information and...

    As long as you have freedom of information and speech, AQ will exist.



    I don't know, once ISAF withdrawal is complete, Taliban/PakTaliban regains control of Afghanistan, haven for all sorts...
  2. Right.. and again, Washington is going to sit...

    Right.. and again, Washington is going to sit idly by while Saudi Wahhabis and Salafists open their wallets to the Taliban and Pak.Army. I'm willing to bet, if Washington is serious about prosecuting...
  3. And Washington is simply going to allow Pakistan...

    And Washington is simply going to allow Pakistan to interfere with bringing Taliban/AQ to justice without acting. In any case, a case for Pakistani intervention would seriously tax them, considering...
  4. And really, how much has all the spending from...

    And really, how much has all the spending from Bernanke and co. helped economic recovery? At best, even its adherents admit it has only kept the economy flat-lining. The only counter-argument offered...
  5. Again, no "right" and "wrong". Merely...

    Again, no "right" and "wrong". Merely substantiated guesses. I responded to you substantiations and you disagreed.



    Don't flatter yourself buddy, you being a paragon of political punditry is...
  6. I thought it was about economic recovery, cutting...

    I thought it was about economic recovery, cutting the deficit, protecting civil liberties and engaging in non-interventionist FP for at least the next 2 terms. At what point does this equate with a...
  7. To each his/her own eh. You did, but...

    To each his/her own eh.



    You did, but maintaining the USNs control of sea lanes is as much policing as needs be done.

    His pacifist and non-interventionist FP seem naive to many hawks, yes,...
  8. 30 thousand fighters tops. Lack of an ISAF...

    30 thousand fighters tops. Lack of an ISAF involvement means there is a lot of potential free labor (military-experience) floating around, and the government would be providing the capital. Now,...
  9. Seriously buddy, I've fcvkin had it with you. If...

    Seriously buddy, I've fcvkin had it with you. If you have no inclination to debate don't comment. I don't need you throwing another tantrum because you cbf'ed debating. Your absolute finality is...
  10. Disparity b/w Guards units and SS/Waffen SS?

    Disparity b/w Guards units and SS/Waffen SS?
  11. Too many assumptions from your corner. Pauls too...

    Too many assumptions from your corner. Pauls too much of a pacifist, but economic recovery trumps all other minor issues. His stance WRT to solving economic problems seems the surest way to get out...
  12. To raise another point, are PMCs/PDAs the logical...

    To raise another point, are PMCs/PDAs the logical counter and alternative to the irregular/unconventional forces that NATO/ISAF has come up against in the last 10 years? Given how stymied...
  13. If the situation dictates it, and they have the...

    If the situation dictates it, and they have the funds, ground attack planes, helos and other things are a possibility. I'm sure major arms manufacturers don't mind selling equipment (especially if...
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    What is the ethnic makeup of the population on...

    What is the ethnic makeup of the population on the Spratlys?
  15. What GOP voters would be turned off by Pauls...

    What GOP voters would be turned off by Pauls small-Govt message? Social conservatives who dislike his stance on various social issues? (I.e decriminalizing marijuana)



    Given the option between...
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    Which is why Government should step in as an...

    Which is why Government should step in as an intermediary between corporations and the job markets to gauge what labor is in demand WRT to the private sector, and then use its position to accelerate...
  17. AFVs are the first step. And yes, I do,...

    AFVs are the first step.

    And yes, I do, because any innovations would be capitalized on and sold. If anything, it would be faster than the status quo, corporations don't make money from sitting on...
  18. That's the key question really, we don't know....

    That's the key question really, we don't know. However, with that said, maintaining a militia-grade force arms with rifles and not much else would definitely be cheaper. But the value of the...
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    I really admire the nationalist spirit in Israel,...

    I really admire the nationalist spirit in Israel, regardless of political divide. At a time where internationalism in the form of either internationalist progressive-ideology OR globalized...
  20. I wonder if Paul is an option. Significant...

    I wonder if Paul is an option. Significant libertarian vote + disillusioned Democrat vote there. Not to mention the Paul-voter-base is extremely energized.
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