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5 minutes ago, E Morales said:

Are we ready to help if needed, and  should we do more, or less if war takes place.

 

Since they are a NATO ally, we are obligated to help them fight for and keep their freedom. But, I don't see that happening while we have such a weak-kneed commander in chief. 

 

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2 minutes ago, BrotherTony said:

Since they are a NATO ally, we are obligated to help them fight for and keep their freedom. But, I don't see that happening while we have such a weak-kneed commander in chief. 

 

Only time will tell, I'm praying the POTUS does the right thing. 

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5 minutes ago, PastorMatt said:

Only time will tell, I'm praying the POTUS does the right thing. 

I am as well, but can only go by what I've seen of him in the past. I'm too much of a realist to think that he will change, even with prayer. I'm not saying prayer can't work, but he seems impervious to it.

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3 hours ago, BrotherTony said:

Since they are a NATO ally, we are obligated to help them fight for and keep their freedom. But, I don't see that happening while we have such a weak-kneed commander in chief. 

 

Ukraine is not a member of NATO nor does NATO want them as one.

It would be the height of lunacy to go to war with Russia over that corrupt nation. It would be a war we could not win.

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23 minutes ago, SureWord said:

Ukraine is not a member of NATO nor does NATO want them as one.

It would be the height of lunacy to go to war with Russia over that corrupt nation. It would be a war we could not win.

Should we stand back and watch, like Germany. Looks like they don’t want to get involved. All countries,  are on their own strength.

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6 hours ago, SureWord said:

Ukraine is not a member of NATO nor does NATO want them as one.

It would be the height of lunacy to go to war with Russia over that corrupt nation. It would be a war we could not win.

I thought they had been accepted by NATO as a member? That's what the missionary friends of mine who serve in the Ukraine had told me. I haven't followed them very closely since the problems over the Caspian region and the Eastern portion being occupied by Russian forces. I usually follow these things very closely, but I don't seem to have the time to follow them closely when it comes to an outdated institution. Seems like NATO is more against what the United States but wants it to be there monetarily to help shore itself up. We should either help it disband or withdraw from it.

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