How many more wars can the United States afford?
How many more wars will the people of the United States tolerate?
As many as the American people will let them have. Lets not ignore the potential that the last 20 years of war have been carefully planned prior to the event. Indeed the latest wars have been planned in such a way that the American people ended up supporting the government in their "war on terror". They sealed their own fates and now they've waved all their rights and other countries are following fast. How do you stop it? Its nearly too late for us all. Theres no place for us in the NWO. They'll make sure of that. Every newspaper we buy, every news report we watch, every vote we make, every blind eye we turn, every time we tug our forelock toward the 'master' they've got us. This can only be turned when about 3 billion people all work together...... so never then.
I can see your point.But when you depend on yourself instead of God you fight with each other to make head way .
concidering the national dept is somewhere in the vicinity of $9 trillion , financially speaking they can't afford the current wars. as for the people of the u.s., i hope that there is a trend towards letting the world take care of itself and the people of the states just worrying about getting america back towards where it was before the bush era.
In my mind, the United States has not been spending money very productively. It's hard to see how the benefits of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan outweigh the costs. Our crumbling infrastructure and educational systems, in my view, pose a greater threat to my national security than militants in these nations. War is often an overrated investment.
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