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  • #31
    Yada, Yada, Yada. Putin did not invade jack while Trump was the Man. Snowholian denial of facts is a daily occurrence. You have nothing. Trump Russia was FAKE, Democrats rioted and were excused by the MSNBCNN media, the election was stolen, and their was no Russian invasion while Trump was President. The USA achieved energy dominance and the deregulation of the Government was a resounding success. Facts are facts, bull is bull, and you are mistaken in your assessment of reality. Quoting the NY Times, or Yahoo News, or NPR in the face of observable facts makes you look like a fool. Rock on, Snowhole, rock on! Did Hunter make any money in this Utopia you are defending???? Did Brandon???? I think we all know.

    Let's GO Brandon!!!
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    Last edited by labrador12; 05-22-2022, 06:46 PM.

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    • #32
      Putin held back, waiting for Trump to fulfill his threat to withdraw the U.S. from NATO.
      I thought everyone knew that.

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      • #33
        Trump threatened NATO with US withdrawal if NATO didn't start ponying up more money. Germany, among other slackers ponyed up more money for their defense. The fact that Trump got NATO to put more money into the alliances defensive capability is one of the reasons Putin is in trouble in Ukraine. I thought all thinking people knew that!

        Let's GO Brandon!!!

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        • #34
          Putin Should Be Very Worried About Ukraine’s New Kamikaze Drone.

          https://news.yahoo.com/putin-very-wo...090603492.html

          With modern commercial satellite technology, any Russian port, power plant, or supply depot in a vast radius becomes a potential target if Ukraine chooses to escalate. Faced with this threat, Putin would have to decide between keeping his air defense at the front line to support military operations, or to move some air defense systems back to protect sensitive locations across western Russia. Even if they do the latter, the drone is so cheap to make that Kyiv could send swarms of them to overwhelm Russian air defenses.
          Last edited by 99explorer; Yesterday, 03:35 PM.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by 99explorer View Post
            Putin Should Be Very Worried About Ukraine’s New Kamikaze Drone.

            https://news.yahoo.com/putin-very-wo...090603492.html

            With modern commercial satellite technology, any Russian port, power plant, or supply depot in a vast radius becomes a potential target if Ukraine chooses to escalate. Faced with this threat, Putin would have to decide between keeping his air defense at the front line to support military operations, or to move some air defense systems back to protect sensitive locations across western Russia. Even if they do the latter, the drone is so cheap to make that Kyiv could send swarms of them to overwhelm Russian air defenses.
            Or perhaps Putin waited for a Democrat to shut down Alaska production, production in the Gulf of Mexico, and to stop as much fracking as possible. Putin knew the Democrats would screw over the entire world to prove how insane they are. He is laughing his pasty Russian a** off at Brandon and the West. He knows that we can bury his production, but he also knows that Democrats refuse to act rationally. Trump was right, Putin is playing these fools like a violin.

            Let's GO Brandon!!!

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            • #36
              Trump was way anti NATO, and he almost won electorally. Putin himself rules as an absolute ruler, if he truly took advice from his generals he probably never would have invaded.

              The price of oil and availability is a global thing. No Key stone or ANWR would make a difference. Most domestic production is on private land, like under my house, and you can't force private companies to drill. They are drilling very conservatively here, no use spending a bunch of money if the price falls off a cliff. Oil companies are making money today, but lost for many years. Shareholders want profit.

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