Putin’s nukes

“And Old Joe tells us we have nothing to worry about; this tangled mess isn’t going to come to a nuclear war. He wouldn’t lie to us, would he?

“Well, actually, yes. That’s just about all he does. The record of Joe Biden’s lies goes all the way back to the Syracuse College of Law’s Dec. 1, 1965 faculty report about then-law student Joe. The report stated that Biden “used five pages from a published law review article without quotation or attribution” and recommended that he fail a legal methods course because of his plagiarism. Biden staggered out of law school ranked 76th in a class of 85, but he later proceeded to lie about how well he had done…”

Via PJMedia

2 responses to “Putin’s nukes

  1. I hope he is lying and I hope it is us who launch the first strike. It’s live free or die . If we don’t strike Russia with nukes then we will show the world we are a paper tiger and then freedom will be very short-lived. I don’t think this need necessarily go full armageddon but we all need to accept the fact that a lot of us will die. And we all need to voice our willingness to die to take out Russia. Imagine Putin’s reaction if thousands of Americans were outside the White House demanding Biden push the proverbial button.

  2. Freedom is a relative concept. We have constricted freedom with consumer and income taxes and various federal and state rules for buying property and cars and even guns and, nowadays, wearing worthless masks, even outdoors.

    Nuclear war is not relative. Nuclear war is a come as you are party and be prepared to suffer mass casualties. Of course no one is prepared except the aggressors. If we strike first we’d better take out all their nukes because otherwise they’ll be coming back at us. And I’m sure our bumbling government doesn’t even know where they all are. A nuclear exchange would destroy so much infrastructure (interstate highways, for instance) that travel would be difficult. And stocking grocery shelves. Wonder how long the virtual world would last?