Originally Posted by Amnorix
Do Russia, China, Germany and England, all of whom have a military budget that is LESS than 25% of ours cower in fear when Ugana or Lichtenstein make threats?
The US military is so grossly and overwhelmingly powerful in every conceivable way and yet fuqtards like you act like cutting a penny would CLEARLY put the US in imminent danger of being overrun by Nicaragua or somesuch absurd bullshit.
It's no less maddening than people screaming that Social Security can't be touched -- well, it's gonna get touched because it's ****ing broken. It's not IF, it's WHEN.
Again, you took the point of weakining our military wrong, but it's not all your fault. It's not Uganda we fear but the lesser armed and lesser feared countries that would like to take the U.S. down.
Our military may be grossly and overwhelmingly powerful in your eyes but your political position puts that comment in to much of a gray area. I doubt that fuqtards like you have any real concept of what the military has outside of the shining examples you see in the main stream media.
As for Social Security, who's been screaming in this thread about Social Security? Are you just trying to deflect from the general topic or add another argument? Social Security was established as an untouchable fund. I don't know how long you've been working in your lifetime and how much you might have added into the fund but if it had of been left alone there wouldn't be a problem. As it stands the liberal side of the political world placed that money in the general fund. In my eyes that debt the government has must be paid, not be cause someone is entitled to it but many Americans and their employers paid for it. If you want to cut some out of it you might start with illegals and those that didn't pay a dime into the fund ever and that is drawing a "full" social security check.
Of course, I'm sure you have a different view of the Social Security debaucle as you obviously don't feel that baby boomers should benefit because there are so many of them. I don't remember any one crying for them when the government took their money out of a protected fund and put it into the general fund. Remember, a large portion of the funds that was taken was from Baby Boomers.