US Military Problems. Take it for what it is, this is how I actually view all of the at hand. Being Military may not be what people want it to be, but it's a ch
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US Military Problems

Take it for what it is, this is how I actually view all of the **** at hand. Being Military may not be what people want it to be, but it's a choice that we made, and we uphold the obligations as objectively as possible.

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User avatar #3 - I Am Monkey (08/29/2013) [+] (23 replies)
I highly doubt we'll have boots on the ground in Syria. We'll most likely just Tomahawk the **** out of Assad's forces and declare a no-fly zone. We should try to help them, but I'd hate to see american soldiers go to their deaths just to be called the bad guys by the people they're trying to help. This is the same situation as Iraq. They've got a genocidal dictator gassing his own people. We free them from decades of tyrannical rule and when the dust settles and they've still got problems they blame them all on us.

If we support the rebels without directly intervening then they'll have to assume responsibility for whatever outcome their war may have.
User avatar #5 to #3 - Mortuus (08/29/2013) [-]
I don't believe that the government would be dumb enough to actually use chemicals weapons. While al-Assad is a genocidal dickback, I doubt he would risk pissing off the United States by using his chemical weapons. However, it would not surprise me if a radical sect of rebels used the chemical weapons against their own people to gain the attention of the US and her allies.
#165 - infinitereaper (08/29/2013) [+] (10 replies)
America tries to help:
" ******* Americans and their empire ******** , ******* warmongering evil bastards."

America decides not to intervene:
" ******* Americans and their heartlessness. Why won't you help us? ******* bastards."

There is just no winning. Personally I think we should just let the world rot and build up our own strength and arsenals. I'd much rather this country become an example for the world. Unfortunately, things are so corrupt and degrading here that I'm not even sure if that's possible anymore. The deficit, the economy, lobbying, corporations, the pharmaceutical industry, everything has gone to **** .
#49 - cralleballe (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#169 - xxxgnipsxxx (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Syrian loyalists definitely didn't use those chemical weapons, and if they did it didn't come from the top down, the U.S. is just using any excuse we can get to get rid of a Russian puppet state out "our" middle east, that's the only reason why all these NATO countries are getting their feelings hurt about an alleged chemical weapons strike, and Russia is the only voice trying to stop us. It makes me mad because we don't actually care if civilians are getting killed, it's just a big geo-political game and the west just took advantage of an unfortunate circumstance to further their own agenda. **** world politics.
User avatar #146 - ScottP (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
This crisis in Syria... "Syria"s business
User avatar #113 - gibroner ONLINE (08/29/2013) [+] (20 replies)
Why can't our government realize that rest of the world isn't a bunch of toddlers and let them work **** out on their. own this sort of meddling in foreign affairs is what breeds resentment towards the U.S. abroad and stands to do nothing but create new enemies
User avatar #62 - lawander **User deleted account** (08/29/2013) [+] (12 replies)
Someone explain what is actualy going?
#72 to #62 - Harkonnen (08/29/2013) [-]
rebels are trying to overthrow the government because of dictator **** . US gov says they have evidence that the government has used chemical weapons on their own citizens. US military industrial complex is pushing government to attack so they make more money. Obama wants to attack, only 9% of Americans do. Many syrians on the ground are saying the chemical weapons were used by the rebels (which have been infiltrated by Al Qaeda and Salafis) and were provided by the US to justify an attack. US is backing a radical islamist militia just like they did in Afghanistan during the Cold War. US gov is dumb as ****
#198 - padawonjohn (08/29/2013) [+] (7 replies)
If the US gets involved with Syria, Russia may start strikes on US forces on the land.

They supposedly have two destroyers in the Mediterranean incase the Us does invade.

America, maybe we should keep the freedom for ourselves,
I don't think WW3 is worth it.
User avatar #142 - tittylovin (08/29/2013) [-]
I hope they don't start another war. It's been more than a decade of wartime now, and even though it doesn't affect anyone stateside, it does affect our soldiers. Plus it's scary seeing just how war-hungry our government has been.
#237 - anonymous (08/30/2013) [-]
I hate that the people of America get so much **** for this, and we're like IT'S THE ******* GOVERNMENT THAT JUST DOESN'T LISTEN!
#173 - ghostofgemini (08/29/2013) [-]

Even if, you don't announce that **** like that.
#136 - LSone has deleted their comment [+] (9 replies)
#170 to #136 - xxxgnipsxxx (08/29/2013) [-]
When I hear comments like this I just pretend it's a joke because I don't think anyone that stupid would know how to type.
#46 - chaossniper (08/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
why us cant stay home?
User avatar #1 - married (08/29/2013) [+] (10 replies)
Why would you thumb this down douche bags
#224 - foreverxaxanon (08/30/2013) [-]
Obama's face when Britain said they're out.
Obama's face when Britain said they're out.
User avatar #193 - pivotmasterdm (08/29/2013) [-]
"They're killing everyone in their country. We need to bomb their asses." -My mom
#69 - erpetrich (08/29/2013) [+] (21 replies)
Why the 						****					 are they themselves, alone, obbligated to intervene, why can't they just gro the damn UN security council like everyone else, I know about Syrian allies havign VET powers, but still, it is why that UN Body was created.
Why the **** are they themselves, alone, obbligated to intervene, why can't they just gro the damn UN security council like everyone else, I know about Syrian allies havign VET powers, but still, it is why that UN Body was created.
User avatar #74 to #69 - oxYKellark (08/29/2013) [-]
Because the U.N. will either take for ******* ever to do anything or they wont at all.
Look at the genocides in Africa, a **** ton of good they did there right?
User avatar #18 - MudkipTomislav (08/29/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I am honestly interested in what the media in the US are calling this "intervention"?

Do people in the US actually approve it? Because in the rest of the world everyone is aware what they're doing is war-mongering, at least they could have waited for the UN to do its job and give them permission.
#21 to #18 - anonymous (08/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, wait till the UN gives permission.

In 50 years agter Syria is a crater.
User avatar #223 - xelmoelitex (08/30/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Actually, no it ******* doesn't. We are only considering missile strikes on government positions. The Government has already ruled out a 'boots on the ground' situation.
User avatar #139 - Nightinear **User deleted account** (08/29/2013) [-]
I really, really hope out prime minister (In Denmark) gets to her senses and won't jump in on this
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