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 Prove me wrong if you disagree

Holland has come a very close second, although it has necessitated joining the EU to keep the huns out.



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OK, we will go one by one.

1. The U$ is 7th in the world for Tons of Carbon per person

http://www.aneki.com/dioxide.html



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2. The U$ leads the world on Military spending with 276.7 billion $ a year, second comes Japan with 43 billion $

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 3. The U$ comes 2nd in the world for Prisoners per 100,000 inhabitants

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4. 138 military interventions since 1890

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The following is a partial list of U.S. military interventions from 1890 to 1999. This guide does NOT include demonstration duty by military police, mobilizations of the National Guard, offshore shows of naval strength, reinforcements of embassy personnel, the use of non-Defense Department personnel (such as the Drug Enforcement Agency), military exercises, non-combat mobilizations (such as replacing postal strikers), the permanent stationing of armed forces, covert actions where the U.S. did not play a command and control role, the use of small hostage rescue units, most uses of proxy troops, U.S. piloting of foreign warplanes, foreign disaster assistance, military training and advisory programs not involving direct combat, civic action programs, and many other military activities. <

http://www.zmag.org/CrisesCurEvts/interventions.htm

 



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 are you trying to argue FOR my position?  I'm flattered but I'm looking for someone who disagrees with me

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are you trying to argue FOR my position? I'm flattered but I'm looking for someone who disagrees with me

Do you see these as positive ?  These Americans are wierd !



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1. We are prosperous.

2. World is safer.

3. We enforce our laws.

4. Heck, we invent most everything.




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 i haven't even had to edit anyones posts yet

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Prove me wrong if you disagree

OK, we will go one by one.

1. The U$ is 7th in the world for Tons of Carbon per person

http://www.aneki.com/dioxide.html

 we are very materialistic.  we can go to target or walmart and buy anything really cheap.  hows life elsewhere?  www.target.com www.walmart.com

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4. 138 military interventions since 1890

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The following is a partial list of U.S. military interventions from 1890 to 1999. This guide does NOT include demonstration duty by military police, mobilizations of the National Guard, offshore shows of naval strength, reinforcements of embassy personnel, the use of non-Defense Department personnel (such as the Drug Enforcement Agency), military exercises, non-combat mobilizations (such as replacing postal strikers), the permanent stationing of armed forces, covert actions where the U.S. did not play a command and control role, the use of small hostage rescue units, most uses of proxy troops, U.S. piloting of foreign warplanes, foreign disaster assistance, military training and advisory programs not involving direct combat, civic action programs, and many other military activities. <

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 jealous?  why the hell do you think we are the economic superpower that we are!

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 3. The U$ comes 2nd in the world for Prisoners per 100,000 inhabitants

http://www.aneki.com/prisoners.html

 we can afford it...and we still have higher standards of living than europeans or anyone else.   

the main reason we have such a high prison population is because prisoners dont mind returning! i swear its true!  i know many cops/sherriffs/correctional officers! 



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2. The U$ leads the world on Military spending with 276.7 billion $ a year, second comes Japan with 43 billion $

http://www.aneki.com/military.html

 we have to protect the rest of the world....and we can still afford it

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