U.S. needs more long-term planning. Right now, too much of our economy is dependent upon the Dept. of Defense purchases from major corporations. Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Raytheon, and General Dynamics all have major contracts with Dept. of Defense. A lot of people will be laid off if contracts were terminated.
Also, arguably the world is safer through U.S. intervention. At least it is safer for U.S. economic interests. For U.S. citizens they need to be careful where they travel.
Moonbats and Wingnuts...I thought this MB was a waste of time. Not at all, these are words that should be in everybody's vocabulary. However, don't expect to learn any facts that pertain to trading GE.
If that were true, you would have been the first person the Prez would have thrown into Guantanamo Bay.
You actually bought more GE? Considering GE is going ex-dividend tomorrow, where did all the buyers go? GE trading pretty weak.
Bush Jr. got in Yale as a legacy admittee and was also given preference when he joined the Texas Air Force...
Wasn't Bush Jr. the guy that said MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.
That's exactly what I'm saying, these are causes. For instance the war against poverty, they are metaphors. But they do not qualify as a "war" under international law. In a real war, the Geneva Convention applies. In the war against terrorism there are no rules.
I'm not talking about freedom in general. I'm saying that terrorists are not restrained by public opinion. Let's put it this way, when you've killed women and children, you are already hated. It really isn't possible to hate them more.
Terrorists don't have the technology that we do. But they do have one advantage, when you are mass killers of civilians like Isis you do whatever you want, they will not be restrained by public opinion. Whereas the U.S. military forces don't have that luxury.
You can declare war against a country. But terrorists don't run a country. I don't know if international law allows you to declare war against a terrorist group. It would be similar to a war on drugs. It would be a metaphor only.
Even worse...they would make you CEO of a Dog of the Dow like GE. Jeff Immelt...watch out you have competition.
If Bush Jr. were black he never would have become President. He got in through special admissions for sons of previous presidents.