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    • Peter
    • 28.05.05 | 09:08 (IDT)

    Think about it...America has only been around for only about 230 years (1776AD independence from England) however, because of FREEDOM, they have been able to become more technologically advanced, with more powerful weapons and they are by far the most wealthiest nation on the planet. Is it really hate that some of us have or is it envy? While yes, they sometimes "police" out of control areas of the globe, they do in turn give a lot of aid to other countries that are in need. Would I live in America and want what they have? Who wouldn't if they were truthful, especially for the FREEDOM, however, sometimes they do overstep their boundries in which they go a little far for liberty. Are nukes the answer and what will it lead to? I think we all know the answer to that. If it is okay for the US to use them then it's okay for India, China, France, or any other country that has them to do so as well. However, how many countries have these small, tactical nukes? Is the US the only one that has them that will fit on the end of a cruise missle where they can be confined to a small area of distruction?

    from the article: The U.S. removes the nuclear brakes
    First published 00:00 26.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 26.05.05
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