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Old 08-20-2008, 10:13 AM
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Russians drawing a line in the sand

Russia warns of response to US missile shield

Newsmax.com Georgia: Russian Armored Columns On the Move South

DEBKAfile, Political Analysis, Espionage, Terrorism, Security

Russian TV Sounds Like Soviet TV

FOXNews.com - Russia Says Response to U.S. Missile Shield Deal With Poland Will Go Beyond Diplomacy - International News | News of the World | Middle East News | Europe News

CNN did not have anything at the time I researched this.

So are the Russkies feeling restless and want to throw some weight around? We had better have a damn good response to them. Bush and the next president had better have a back bone made out of forged steel. I believe Putin is a very bad character (don't rise in the KGB being nice) never mind the goofball they have for president right now (Medvedev) he's a mouth piece for Putin. Anyways, y'all have impressed me in the past with all y'alls insight in the past.
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With this flare up I believe it is even more imperative that obama be no where near the White House. If he has a spine I believe it most likely is composed of a wet noodle.
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If obama gets in we ought be allies right?? .......since obama is a communist and all.
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I still say if were gonna tangle with russia we ought to drill a hell of a lot of oil and get the economy where it needs to be first.
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I still say if were gonna tangle with russia we ought to drill a hell of a lot of oil and get the economy where it needs to be first.
Chris I agree. If we get into another one the way the economy and oil prices are now. We will be paying upwards of $8 a gallon with inflation
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Chris I agree. If we get into another one the way the economy and oil prices are now. We will be paying upwards of $8 a gallon with inflation
not to mention how that would effect the value of the dollar, the price of food, utilities, unemployment, the federal deficit.
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Chris I agree. If we get into another one the way the economy and oil prices are now. We will be paying upwards of $8 a gallon with inflation
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not to mention how that would effect the value of the dollar, the price of food, utilities, unemployment, the federal deficit.
This is exactly what they have in mind. They want to break our back. And with a President like Obama it's a no brainer.

It's going to get very interesting! (Sgt. Schultz)
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not to mention how that would effect the value of the dollar, the price of food, utilities, unemployment, the federal deficit.
Yeah we are getting kicked in the azz enough with food prices and stuff the way it is now
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If we get into a tangle with russia we better be ready for a draft. But your right, we better be very independent with oil, due to the fact that running out of oil would be really bad while fighting world war 3, unless we have nuclear planes and tanks i dont know about?
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If we get into a tangle with russia we better be ready for a draft. But your right, we better be very independent with oil, due to the fact that running out of oil would be really bad while fighting world war 3, unless we have nuclear planes and tanks i dont know about?
Not just that but economically, even if we didnt sell our oil on the open market to raise money at least our money would stay at home. wars are a tini bit expensive I think we need not only to be self sufficient in oil but have the economy and the cash to be able to finish the job. They will try to knock us down economically first, we better be ready, ......God forbid China ever decides they want a piece of us, now that would be ugly
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Not just that but economically, even if we didnt sell our oil on the open market to raise money at least our money would stay at home. wars are a tini bit expensive I think we need not only to be self sufficient in oil but have the economy and the cash to be able to finish the job. They will try to knock us down economically first, we better be ready, ......God forbid China ever decides they want a piece of us, now that would be ugly
Your on the right track Cris. Remember Reagan was able to out spend Russia becouse we had a better econamy. russia went broke and fell apart. All welth come from items produced from natural resources, we have to be producing, which we're not. Oil production is part of the equation,... a big part.
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