[Hpn] What country is this?
Wed, 19 Jul 2000 18:50:27 -0400
and thank the smart folks of america who realize that military power is
an illusion. come on bill, we could cut another half of our forces and
still out gun the rest of the world combined.
if we took that money and gave it to the do-gooders of the world
starvation would dissappear.
we could house all homeless for half the savings and forestall wars
based on lack of food . ronny raygun lied to us about the threats. thank
bill and the boys for bringing a sense of proportion to our needs.
William Tinker wrote:
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> NAME THIS COUNTRY:
> 709,000 regular (active duty) service personnel
> 293,000 reserve troops;
> Eight standing Army divisions;
> 20 Air Force and Navy air wings with 2,000 combat aircraft;
> 232 strategic bombers;
> 13 strategic ballistic missile submarines with 3,114 nuclear
> 232 missiles;
> 500 ICBMs with 1,950 warheads;
> Four aircraft carriers, and;
> 121 surface combat ships and submarines, plus all the support
> shipyards and logistical assets needed to sustain such a naval
> Is this country Russia? . . . No
> Is this county Red China ? . . . No
> Great Britain ? . . . Wrong Again
> USA? . . . Hardly
> Give up??
> Well, don't feel too bad if you are unable to identify this
> superpower, because this country no longer exists. It has
> These are the American military forces that have disappeared
> election of Bill Clinton and Al Gore.
> Sleep well, America.