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the US foreign policy and its results have been inconsistent and fractionalized.
If I get you correctly, I'm in agreement, the US should do something, but most of what it's done hasn't helped
and the recent flip flop on ousting Assad, what was it—a week between Tillerson's totally contradictory statements—is another perfectly obvious example of inconsistent policy.
Sorry, but going into war from trusting the president has been a total failure since the Gulf of Tonkin. Can't think of a single exception.
Steve James wrote: And, why do you think they tried out that MOAB on a valley in Afghanistan -- when it was designed to destroy underground nuclear facilities? Why is the defense department budget being increased and armadas being sent to the Korean peninsula? Oh no, I agree with you about the lack of a consistent policy. Well, that's what happens when interests get in the way of principles.
Missile systems and other ordinance have a shelf life. It's cheaper to fire em off than to update them.
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Yeah, but firing 'em off is also the way to ensure the production of more and bigger. It also creates jobs and work for manufacturers and researchers. Besides, I'm not sure that it didn't cost a hell of a lot to deploy that particular weapon. Leave us not forget the cost of our nuclear arsenal.
Michael wrote:Prof. Postol says part of the intelligence report about the ability of US infrared satellites to see where missiles landed is obviously false and proves fabrication in the intelligence being given to the President.
White House claims on Syria chemical attack ‘obviously false’ – MIT professor (VIDEO) — RT America
Sarin is highly toxic, whether by contact with the skin or breathed in. The toxicity of sarin in humans is largely based on calculations from studies with animals. The lethal concentration of sarin in air is approximately 35 mg per cubic meter per minute for a two-minute exposure time by a healthy adult breathing normally (exchanging 15 liters of air per minute). This number represents the estimated lethal concentration for 50% of exposed victims, the LCt50 value. There are many ways to make relative comparisons between toxic substances.
Steve James wrote:So, who did it; and why is Trump trying to fool us?
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