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Who else thinks it was smart of Trump to pull out of the Nuclear Treaty with Russia?

Because Russia was secretly producing nuclear arms behind our back anyways, so I feel this way we will have our advantage to just be as nuclear capable as they are.
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You’re very welcome @Nd24002
Loretta78 · 41-45, F
@Nd24002 This BA is well deserved.
I couldn't agree more with your statement.
I just fear that it won't lead only to a cold war but to a REAL war one day... 😐️

SimplyTracie · 26-30, F
What changes if we are in or not? Are we in the way? Probably not, Russia will do what Russia does. And whatever Putin tells Trump, Trump will believe him regardless of what our Intelligence agencies says.

Trump is good about pulling out. Which is good for humanity.
ozgirl512 · 26-30, F
@ThatCommieChick I never realised it was that bad...I know your country list many during that war, but never really thought of the sex ratio till you mentioned it ..
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ozgirl512 · 26-30, F
@ThatCommieChick yes...Im not sure of the ratio but I know it spells trouble ... Coupled with the one child policy and the single kids are often spoilt rotten it's interesting times ahead
curiosi · 61-69, F
I'm with you, good to have someone looking out for the people.
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CountScrofula · 41-45, M
This is largely symbolic and a signal of future foreign policy intentions. That's more telling than who has how many nukes considering each country has enough to kill everyone.
Steve42 · 56-60, M
If we aren't doing the same thing, it's only because we are developing something better.
QuixoticSoul · 41-45, M
@Steve42 We don't really have a particularly strong need for ground-launched cruise missiles.
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HannibalAteMeOut · 22-25, F
I think treaties hardly matter anyway. Some politicians will do whatever's in their power to find "windows" in order to make them useless. No one could have trust in them anymore.
SimplyTracie · 26-30, F
@HannibalAteMeOut Yeah, treaties are like handshakes - it’s don’t mean much to our leaders in government. From what I understand, the US government didn’t give a crap about treaties since way before General Custer.
HannibalAteMeOut · 22-25, F
@SimplyTracie exactly, they're just something to talk about, but when the time comes to actually abide by them they'll find millions of excuses to disdain them.
SimplyTracie · 26-30, F
@HannibalAteMeOut Oh yeah. Who is that idiot who claimed that the pen is mightier than the sword. He did not met our leaders. 😔
QuixoticSoul · 41-45, M
That's not even the accusation. The 9M729 is primarily a conventional system. I'm sure they'll design a nuclear warhead for it eventually, but that's not really the main goal of the system.
CynicGirl · 26-30, F
it doesnt matter if you have 100 nuclear weapons or 1000... the result is the same
CountScrofula · 41-45, M
@CynicGirl That's my read on this. This is symbolic rather than practical. The symbol has meaning though.
CynicGirl · 26-30, F
@CountScrofula its waste of resources
Tres13 · 51-55, M
MasterLee · 56-60, M
It will not amount to anything

 
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