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We are the biggest military on earth because we need to be. Our national survival depends on freedom of navigation, and the ability to deter any possible peer competitor from acting in ways that imperil our national interests. We also need a sufficient low tech, "expendable" forces to deter or punish/destroy non-peer threats like non-state actors such as terrorists and pirates. Robotics are a good force multiplier for such missions.
But it all goes back to political will to use whatever forces and equipment we have. Putin had the cojones to do it, even with inferior forces. He bluffed, we folded. Old story in Eastern Europe, and both Putin and the Eastern Europeans can read the history books about it.
Obama's real bosses will still make millions and billions as defense contractor CEOs while they cut the number of soldiers. Demolican and Republicrat divisions of the ZioNazi party don't need or like people yet they don't like birth or population control. They need less and less people to fight their war to own the whole planet with their private monetary system monopoly. They say Obama and Bush are related through European royalty inbreeds. They want us to believe that infinite greed is smart so we will be well indoctrinated goyim slaves. Long past time for a popular revolution.
It won’t be long before the liberals decide we have an unfair advantage an decide to give the hack codes to the Muslims to make them feel good about themselves.
"Doesn't matter what you call them if you hold them back and don't allow them to destroy the enemy, the other side always wins... America's leadership is a bunch of wimps!"
Again, just have to love how so many Real Life Wimps run around America talking up WAR but are the last ones to actually go to fight on the Front Lines.These folks are the Problem, not the Solution. These Folks will end up causing World War III. Yet the so many fools refuse to accept that very FACT.
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