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Old 11-30-2009, 05:15 AM   #11
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Yeah but if you listen to any of the former generals and admirals who defected from Red China, and now are running liquor stores in Westminster and Irvine, they all said China is just waiting for the USA to get overextended on two-three fronts, and then they'd do as they please with Taiwan, and any other country once under the sphere of Chinese influence.

And when China buys up three BILLION dollars of our debt a month...

...what would this administration do if they massed an attack on Taiwan?

Nothing. And that's the point, we've been bought.
One LA Class attack sub would be able to destroy virtually an entire invasion fleet. Seaborne invasions are very difficult operations. All the troops in the world won't achieve anything if the transports are on the bottom of the ocean. This isn't a 20 mile trip across the English Channel. It's 111 miles. Good luck with that invasion.

Debt has nothing to do with it. The fact that the Democrat Party is now an anti-capitalist totalitarian party that has constantly shown its softness on our enemies and it's contempt for our allies means that they won't life a finger to protect free democracies. Heck, they don't want one here either.
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Old 11-30-2009, 07:30 AM   #12
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My response to this landscape has been to hold investment cash in gold, well managed foreign currencies (easy to do now via the Merk Hard Currency Fund) and inflation protected "TIPS".
Wonder what you mean by “well managed foreign currencies”? I hope not Euros. Hesus. Its trading all time high while nobody gives rat’s ass that some countries such as Greece and Italy are on the verge of a bankruptcy. These days even the potty trained Germans run huge budget deficits like there would be no tomorrow.

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Old 11-30-2009, 07:33 AM   #13
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Wonder what you mean by “well managed foreign currencies”? I hope not Euros. Hesus. Its trading all time high while nobody gives rat’s ass that some countries such as Greece and Italy are on the verge of a bankruptcy. These days even the potty trained Germans run huge budget deficits like there would be no tomorrow.

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Old 11-30-2009, 07:47 AM   #14
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One LA Class attack sub would be able to destroy virtually an entire invasion fleet. Seaborne invasions are very difficult operations. All the troops in the world won't achieve anything if the transports are on the bottom of the ocean. This isn't a 20 mile trip across the English Channel. It's 111 miles. Good luck with that invasion.
I pretty much agree with you Seruzawa here.

Plus, why the hell would they pick fight with the Taiwan/USA anyway? What, are they stupid?

Whoever thinks that should stop gazing his fluff filled navel and check out the world map. There is a huge area right next to China, bigger than America, filled with oil, gas and two thirds of the world's coal - and void of people. What would America do?

Just to let you know what really is in the cards.

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