the standing army

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i love rt ... the standing army might be the real problem with the economy today ... also the reason we are hated by so many people all arround the world ... if we are going to occupy another country indefinatley why not pursue a humanitarian stand point ... let these soldiers persue compasion , help the communities arround these foriegn bases ... do something to make a profit (for the base and people) so that it's doesn't destroy the budget ... if possible , share the responsibility of policing the world with other countries ... (china russia) , we are already globaly involed with the free trade , nobody is gonna want to buy from people they hate ... we need to figure out a way to secure peace and prosperity ... namaste ... we need to be the great americians we've claimed to be ... if we continue to spread fear and destruction , we will only push our enemys together , and strenghten their resolve ... and everyone roots for the underdog .... if we continue to fear another hitler and spread fear this way , have we not become what we've tried so hard to avoid . we need to make some serious love , not war ... also if we do continue , we have to make a profit from all this 680 billion is a big investment to make up , this creates serious budget problem and , we need a solution

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