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One other thing: sometimes I write words you refuse to use in front of children, or polite company, unless you have a flat tire, or hit your thumb with a hammer.

I don't use them to offend; I use them to embellish.

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Remembering Our Enemies

Back during the Cold War, the subterfuge, espionage and outright military actions were a constant reminder we had political systems overseas without our best interests at heart. There was no doubt there was an effort to remove the United States as a world power.

Now? I think people forgot, or were never taught, the former Soviet Union and Communist China furnished weapons, advisers and even troops to kill U.S. soldiers on the battlefield. Also, there's an unfounded belief, with the end of the Soviet Union and trading with China, they're both now members of the good guy club.

So, we now have too many people too ignorant to realize the dangers the U.S. faces when two powerful adversaries are allowed to influence our politics and economies. That worries me, especially with the current gaffes and stumbling policies of the current administration. When even the political leaders are nearly as clueless as the most ignorant of their constituents, the recipe for disaster is almost complete.


  1. It's amazing how many people think we fought the Russian Nazis in Vietnam.

    1. Vietnam was a long, long time ago, with the youth of today. They have no idea of how it affected the United States and how it taught a lesson in Constitutional authority that's still ignored today.

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    1. Liberals will either become less liberal, or find the last train to the gulags will have few spectators.

  3. or were never taught

    Yeah. Accidentally on purpose.

    1. Yep. The dabbling of Federal and state governments has created an environment where teaching is an experiment in ignorance.