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Rex Babin Cartoons
Published: Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009
"But if you-- first of all, if you look at the way in which we have been fighting wars since the end of World War II,.. We constantly find new enemies, we constantly find reasons to fight war. We're basically a nation perpetually at war. .."I mean, the wars that we fight are being paid for by money that we borrow from China, Japan, Saudi Arabia, and a variety of other countries as ours should be described — as permanent war-fighting states, then you see that the character of the country changes in all sorts of radical and fundamental ways."Glenn Greenward
The U.S. is also more interested in power and control than it is in peace and programs for the poor. It wants to be feared around the world so that it can have its way with other nations; by rattling its saber, it imagines it can make others toe the line and do its bidding, supply its needs, or go along with its policies.
Ted Rudow III,MA