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US special ops in Puerto Rico, army in Colombia to oust Maduro
RobertHively Offline
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World War 3 news:

https://www.rt.com/news/452431-venezuela-us-oust-maduro/
opelmanta1900 Offline
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I dunno bout world war 3... Maybe a 3 hour skirmish? When the US decides Maduro is gone, he's either dead or living in exile relatively quickly... I'm guessing the latter without so much as a shot fired from our troops...
Whistlebritches Offline
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Remember Noriega 1989...…..I was there,in and out in 72 hours.Not that there wasn't bloodshed...….we lost a few guys on the tarmac due to schitty intel.But MA and no WW

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
RobertHively Offline
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#2 This is just a skirmish/battle within the bigger picture. Should have clarified that.

Off the top of my head we got:

Iraq (US Iran proxy war??)
Afghanistan
Syria (US Russia Proxy War, prolly throw Iran and Israel in there)
Israel/Palestine
Ukraine (US Russia Proxy War)
Tensions in the South China Sea
Pakistan/India
Libyan "Civil War"
Venezuela (US Russia Proxy Battle)
Yemen (Israel/US/Russia/Iran/Saudi Proxy War)

Im sure I'm missing some...
rfenst Offline
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
I dunno bout world war 3... Maybe a 3 hour skirmish? When the US decides Maduro is gone, he's either dead or living in exile relatively quickly... I'm guessing the latter without so much as a shot fired from our troops...


I do not see the U.S. waging even limited war, no matter how short of a time it would last. Remember Russia has already warned us not to intervene. Maybe some military involvement to guard an deliver food and supplies but I think that will be the extent of it while Maduro is hanging on.
DrafterX Offline
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Screw Russia..!! Mad
Gene363 Offline
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rfenst wrote:
I do not see the U.S. waging even limited war, no matter how short of a time it would last. Remember Russia has already warned us not to intervene. Maybe some military involvement to guard an deliver food and supplies but I think that will be the extent of it while Maduro is hanging on.


Or, the Trump hater Russian collusion accusers make it more likely Trump will overreact.Whistle
dstieger Offline
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Because TDSers are responsible for Trump's irrational actions?
Gene363 Offline
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dstieger wrote:
Because TDSers are responsible for Trump's irrational actions?



Yes, to the degree their pressure narrows responses.
opelmanta1900 Offline
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rfenst wrote:
I do not see the U.S. waging even limited war, no matter how short of a time it would last. Remember Russia has already warned us not to intervene. Maybe some military involvement to guard an deliver food and supplies but I think that will be the extent of it while Maduro is hanging on.

Russia got crimea without much push back on our part... They'll hold their tongue on this....
Whistlebritches Offline
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There are literally dozens of ways to oust Maduro...….....from no U S prints at all to sending a clear message and signing it with a big **** you as we exit out the back door.Highly likely Maduro's days are numbered in double digits or less.
frankj1 Offline
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Gene363 wrote:
Ye, to the degree their pressure narrows responses.

not stirring, Gene, but simply can't figure out what you mean.
rfenst Offline
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Frank is stirring the pot!
frankj1 Offline
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rfenst wrote:
Frank is stirring the pot!

YOU are!
teedubbya Offline
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RT is my favorite source
Gene363 Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
not stirring, Gene, but simply can't figure out what you mean.


With all the hullabaloo about Trump being influenced by the Russians, he might overreact in Venezuela to prove he is not being influenced by the Russians who want him to stay out.
rfenst Offline
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Gene363 wrote:
With all the hullabaloo about Trump being influenced by the Russians, he might overreact in Venezuela to prove he is not being influenced by the Russians who want him to stay out.

Wouldn't surprise given his fragile ego.
DrafterX Offline
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Might be a good message to send to Fatty Fat Fat... Mellow
rfenst Offline
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DrafterX wrote:
Might be a good message to send to Fatty Fat Fat... Mellow

Best message to him is a cruise missile up his @ss.
fishinguitarman Offline
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Ya think it would fit?
frankj1 Offline
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rfenst wrote:
Best message to him is a cruise missile up his @ss.

I still can't believe we were going to war with NK...

Actually, I mean I'll never believe it. What a whopper of a story.
DrafterX Offline
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They've got WMDs.. or so I heard... Mellow
frankj1 Offline
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I thought Trump brought them back with him after Singapore
Gene363 Offline
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rfenst wrote:
Wouldn't surprise given his fragile ego.


Kinda like LBJ and Vietnam?
teedubbya Offline
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Let’s stop trump before he’s lbj and Vietnam rather than excising things.
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