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Date Signed Up:3/29/2010
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#208 - The coalition did make quick work of Saddam's forces without a… 15 hours ago on war never changes +1
#43 - I know the feeling, but I honestly think you could help out a …  [+] (1 new reply) 15 hours ago on Type the truth! 0
User avatar #44 - darksideofthebeast (14 hours ago) [-]
to be honest, I'm only 16.
But I wouldn't vote either way, I don't like to research into the government and stuff.
It just leads to paranoia for me, I know it sounds silly, but I just don't like the government or reading about them.
#144 - I can agree with that statement. As long as we keep trying to … 18 hours ago on war never changes 0
#143 - Things were way messed up while we were occupying Iraq and Afg… 18 hours ago on war never changes +1
#134 - What didn't do what until we withdrew? I'm confused.  [+] (2 new replies) 18 hours ago on war never changes 0
User avatar #138 - trolljunkusa (18 hours ago) [-]
Look at what the middle east did once we withdrew! They just turned even more to shit, they can't handle themselves, they're like toddlers, leave them alone for 15 minutes and they turn everything to shit
User avatar #143 - Deeticky (18 hours ago) [-]
Things were way messed up while we were occupying Iraq and Afghanistan too. (The initial plan was never to occupy the middle east for as long as we did.) These countries spent at least a decade embroiled in a huge war. Of course they aren't going to be running smoothly the second we take our boots off the ground. Eastern Europe saw the same type of turmoil after the Soviet Union fell. That's how power vacuums work.
#129 - Give the world some time. Human civilization hasn't been aroun…  [+] (2 new replies) 18 hours ago on war never changes 0
User avatar #139 - SlowpokeForever (18 hours ago) [-]
Righto. Allow me to correct myself. Will Peace will never be achieved.....in our lifetimes, or maybe not even the next. But someday, it will. But it's not likely in the next couple centuries.
User avatar #144 - Deeticky (18 hours ago) [-]
I can agree with that statement. As long as we keep trying to move forward though, we can hopefully work towards making it happen for somebody, someday.
#127 - Where do you get the idea that ISIS does what they do "fo…  [+] (8 new replies) 18 hours ago on war never changes +6
#177 - anonymous (16 hours ago) [-]
For the record, most wouldn't classify Afghanistan as a "full scale invasion".

Look how quickly the coalition pushed through and took the reigns of Iraq, for example. It's insurgency that's tricky.

Vietnam was a different ordeal, a war which you can argue either way up until it ends. Many think the war was still winnable.
User avatar #208 - Deeticky (15 hours ago) [-]
The coalition did make quick work of Saddam's forces without a doubt. Like you said, the insurgency was the problem. Civilian casualties were far too high, and a lot of people both within the U.S. and in other countries really began to see the war as a mistake.

It's actually very similar to Vietnam in that we were destroying countries and killing huge amounts of non-combatants, not to mention the negative economic impact the wars had on our country. The American people stopped supporting these wars, and rightfully so.
User avatar #135 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe (18 hours ago) [-]
I agree with this heavily. It's ridiculously ignorant to think those groups act without purpose.
User avatar #200 - kilotech (15 hours ago) [-]
they have a purpose, to kill everyone who isn't a violent radical extremist
User avatar #133 - trolljunkusa (18 hours ago) [-]
They didn't until we withdrew. Look at what fucking happened
User avatar #134 - Deeticky (18 hours ago) [-]
What didn't do what until we withdrew? I'm confused.
User avatar #138 - trolljunkusa (18 hours ago) [-]
Look at what the middle east did once we withdrew! They just turned even more to shit, they can't handle themselves, they're like toddlers, leave them alone for 15 minutes and they turn everything to shit
User avatar #143 - Deeticky (18 hours ago) [-]
Things were way messed up while we were occupying Iraq and Afghanistan too. (The initial plan was never to occupy the middle east for as long as we did.) These countries spent at least a decade embroiled in a huge war. Of course they aren't going to be running smoothly the second we take our boots off the ground. Eastern Europe saw the same type of turmoil after the Soviet Union fell. That's how power vacuums work.
#41 - Well, first off, the president is not America's government. He…  [+] (3 new replies) 18 hours ago on Type the truth! 0
User avatar #42 - darksideofthebeast (17 hours ago) [-]
I just don't vote at all.
I don't ever find good qualities in presidents, and I don't pick the lesser of two evils.
I just stay out of it.
User avatar #43 - Deeticky (15 hours ago) [-]
I know the feeling, but I honestly think you could help out a lot simply by voting. (Remember, politicians cater to the needs of the people who vote for them, so if you don't vote, they don't need to consider your needs.)

Anyway, if you don't like the presidential candidates, I can't blame you. But maybe there are some Senate/House of Reps/State level candidates you like?
User avatar #44 - darksideofthebeast (14 hours ago) [-]
to be honest, I'm only 16.
But I wouldn't vote either way, I don't like to research into the government and stuff.
It just leads to paranoia for me, I know it sounds silly, but I just don't like the government or reading about them.
#25 - America could fix that by voting better people into office ins…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/26/2014 on Type the truth! +1
User avatar #40 - darksideofthebeast (23 hours ago) [-]
No, when you vote for presidents it's basically "I could vote for this guy who will fuck us or vote for this other guy who will fuck us gently"
User avatar #41 - Deeticky (18 hours ago) [-]
Well, first off, the president is not America's government. He's just a piece of it. The Nation's Senate and House of Reps have a lot of power too. Also, who you elect to state office has an arguably larger effect on your life than the people who govern in D.C.

Finally, try looking into caucuses, primaries, and conventions. These are the events that decide who actually gets to be on the election ballot, so they are extremely important, and you can participate by becoming a delegate.
User avatar #42 - darksideofthebeast (17 hours ago) [-]
I just don't vote at all.
I don't ever find good qualities in presidents, and I don't pick the lesser of two evils.
I just stay out of it.
User avatar #43 - Deeticky (15 hours ago) [-]
I know the feeling, but I honestly think you could help out a lot simply by voting. (Remember, politicians cater to the needs of the people who vote for them, so if you don't vote, they don't need to consider your needs.)

Anyway, if you don't like the presidential candidates, I can't blame you. But maybe there are some Senate/House of Reps/State level candidates you like?
User avatar #44 - darksideofthebeast (14 hours ago) [-]
to be honest, I'm only 16.
But I wouldn't vote either way, I don't like to research into the government and stuff.
It just leads to paranoia for me, I know it sounds silly, but I just don't like the government or reading about them.
#7 - Thanks, man! Made my day! 08/22/2014 on pre-gif comic for Deeticky +2
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User avatar #7 - atomicman (01/17/2014) [-]
If only we got to meet each other in person. I'm sure we'd be become great friends.
#4 - traffy (01/02/2014) [-]
**traffy rolls 65**
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User avatar #1 - CannonFodder (10/26/2012) [-]
I hadn't been on FJ for ~ 1.5 years so I don't know what has/hasn't been done. Just couldn't be ****** studying so drew that instead. Didn't mean to annoy peeps but cheers for the feedback man
User avatar #5 to #1 - traffy (01/02/2014) [-]
you should shut the **** up
User avatar #6 to #5 - CannonFodder (01/04/2014) [-]
Lol care
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