If the U.S. were to attack Russia, would now be an ideal time?

Posted by: Actionsspeak

  • Yes: they are distracted by an imperialistic agenda

  • No: they would be prepared

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  • Rule one in world warfare. Russia. Always. Wins. Its two big and to strong a military power. One could argue that typical invasion techniques don't need to used anymore, but that leads to a global nuclear winter that leaves nobody winning

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Comrade_Silly_Otter says2014-03-25T09:34:31.3786881-05:00
How about we avoid war in the first place?
Macgreggor says2014-03-25T12:38:01.6766124-05:00
No time would be ideal
Actionsspeak says2014-03-25T13:24:08.9262862-05:00
The question is simple: out of any point in recent U.S. history would now be an overall ideal time to attack Russia.
jery1569 says2014-03-25T13:56:42.6965421-05:00
Why would we attack Russia?
Actionsspeak says2014-03-25T15:54:34.0964038-05:00
Their imperialistic views, they're trying to restore the USSR.
Gaurdian_Rock says2014-03-25T21:01:00.6322965-05:00
Russia is prepared right now, for the past month Russia has run countless military drills, the Russian military is already fully mobile.
FearTheBeard1 says2014-03-26T10:31:11.4117050-05:00
America is prepared to defend it self, but as far as an invasion that could (would) spark WW3 I would say not in the slightest at this point in time. Our troops are spread thin as it is globally. From my knowledge, experience and military DOD sources a 5 to 10 year rebuild would need to happen for our military to engage China, North Korea, Iran and Russia. If we are being realistic they would align if provoked to military action. You can see China and Russia have been working closer together since 2008. They are already trying to cripple the U.S. Dollar outside of west by using other currencies. My advice would be bring troops home start the rebuild and prepare for the inevitable but devote peace as a ruse to gain strength. America should focus on our own natural resources and energies during the rebuild and fortification.

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