Government is the problem. Ronald Reagan
So, no, I do not care what the Russians do in Russia, Ukraine, Crimea, the Baltics, Syria, or Democratic Party computers. You want to “stand up to the Russians”? Then gear up and go over to Ukraine and leave the rest of us out of it. I’m old and tired of the “enemy-of-the-month club” and am canceling my subscription. You people were not worth the time I spent serving. My wings and awards are in a junk box and will probably be thrown away when I get around to it. All you liberals are the SAME war-lovers as the conservatives. All that differs is the motive for hating the Russians. That’s the only “change we can believe in”: The motives for the war mongering.
There. I said it. Sign me off as one who’s tired of Green Party and Democrat tough guys who WERE NOT THERE when the Cold War was being waged. These were passive spectators. And that’s all they are now. But too stupid to realize that nuclear weapons don’t distinguish between political affiliation. Democrats and Green Party members throw threats because of politics, but everyone shall surely die in earnest.
Many of the same crowd who said, “Better red than dead” back in the 1960s and 70s, and who worried about Ronald Reagan the warmongering cowboy, now think Vladimir Putin and Russia pose an existential threat to the US. From Jack Perry at lewrockwell.com:
“Gas, gas, gas!” Fumble for your mask. “Not fast enough, idiots! You’re all dead! We can do this all day, people!” Anyone who served in the U.S. military during the great fun-for-the-whole-family of the Cold War will surely remember NBC training. See, “NBC” stands for Nuclear Biological Chemical warfare which is what this was called until the government gussied those weapons up as “weapons of mass destruction. Thus, by swapping the initials of NBC for WMD, it sounded nicer. Who could forget the heartwarming military NBC training films that included the cheerful footage of test shots at the Nevada Test Site? Who could forget the charming…
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