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11/26/2022 4:57 pm  #1

Ukraine at Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is a gathering of kith and kin who may have very different political, social, and religious views.
Sometimes these differences will erupt in heated arguments over a variety of subjects.
Hopefully Uncle Fart who is always looking for a fight won't show up.

This guy has organized responses to those against our involvement.


I have trouble buying the $12.9 Billion is a Measly 0.66% argument. Don't we have to replace those gifts in our stockpile? And is $12.9 Billion what they cost or cost to replace? Weak.
More importantly 30 years ago the Ukraine gave up their nuclear weapons in the Budapest Protocol in return for the good guys (that's us) promise to defend them from aggression.
I'll never break my promise or forget my vow
But God only knows what I can do right now

 Freedom is just another word for nothin' left to lose.

1/01/2023 12:51 am  #2

Re: Ukraine at Thanksgiving Dinner

Speaking of the Ukraine...
Who was?
I was, it's strange if the enemy hits you with a cruise missile it's counted as a loss for them but it sure isn't a gain for you.

Last edited by xoxoxoBruce (1/01/2023 12:57 am)

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1/15/2023 12:25 am  #3

Re: Ukraine at Thanksgiving Dinner

One of the Ukraine exports was salt... lots of it.

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