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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by deany, Nov 5, 2016.
Trump hasn't ruled out using nuclear weapons in Europe.
Yes indeed, vote for the world. Don't vote for Hillary because she's going to continue bombing campaigns.
Vote 3rd party or Trump if you want the violence to stop.
You do understand of you tell the world there is no chance you will ever use nuclear weapons, they lose their benefit as a deterrent.
Sort of like announcing the date you will withdraw troops from the battlefield, so your enemy can sit back, wait, and then retake the country you just bled to take.
Nobody is going to change their mind 3 days before an election.
I wouldn't expect him to say 'there is no chance" just what the interviewer says between 1m and 1min 6 secs
The deterrent is always there while they exist, its not 'watered down', ever.
I plan to vote for the country and world...
Anyone but Hillary baby!
The rest of you folks with everyone's best interest in mind, you know what to do...
You want be *yawning* if Trump talks like that in the video while in The Oval office will you.
I'm sure with these two to pick from there is a lot still "undecided" .
You'll be ok Welshman, agent orange is all talk.
LOL thats funny, thanks
Indeed. Vote for the world!
Clinton has supported the invasion of Iraq, Syria, Libya, the patriot act and is responsible for the death and dislocation of millions around the globe.
Vote for the world!
Vote for the Donald!
Sorry but if trump is elected Tuesday night Wednesday morning I can see the clock move nearer towards 12
Three minutes to midnight now it would be two minutes to midnight if he got in.
Assuming Hillary wins clock stays the same.
Doomsday clock? You mean the clock which symbolizes scientist whining and is meant to scare people into doing what said scientists want?
It won't change regardless; but even if it did, we don't vote to appease the "bulletin of atomic scientists". It would be incredibly stupid to do so.
Not sure why your post got so many likes.
There is a big difference between bombing campaigns and a verbal threat of nucular war in an interview on TV.
You actually think this? I guess in your thinking we keep an extraordinary large nuclear force just for table dressing.
A clock maintained for nearly 70 nuclear free used in warfare years.
Yeah you're right there is a difference. Actions speak louder than words. Trump hasn't bombed anybody, and isn't going to nuke anybody.
There sure is.
Clinton actually bombed people.
Donald is just talking crap.
We are voting for our country and I don't expect Trump to really use nuclear weapons in Europe. Trump is a negotiator and you never say what you will and will not do before a negotiation.
Similar to the way I tell people in the US that they should move to the UK if they are so concerned over brexit, I invite you to move to the US if you are so concerned about our politics.
Yes trump has proven how little he is violent.
Even if he went and physically beat up like 100 people - beat them to death even - he still hasn't been responsible for bombing campaigns that have killed thousands, or tens of thousands.
Lifelong record of non-violence.
Too late OP, I voted on October 24th.
Anyone but Hillary. Although, she will always be the CIC to me.
I would vote for myself, but California doesn't allow that. I would vote for my country, but Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton don't represent the United States of America. But since I don't have an excuse to not vote for the world, I have to vote Trump because he has a 50% chance of not going to war (he'll probably just try to sue people who piss him off). With Hillary, there's a 100% chance.
Trump likes war. He said it. He likes war. Since everything he does is to satisfy himself, I'm sure under a Trump presidency, there will be war.
Europe fires 25 nukes toward the US, what do you do?