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  • I'm not sure what they actually do.

    There's all this talk about protecting our freedoms, but our freedoms haven't been in jeopardy since 1865. I think it's a scam to get tax dollars. Americans are a paranoid and delusional lot who will believe anything from bogeymen from Russia who want to conquer them, to devils burying fake dinosaur bones in hopes of turning their children into homosexuals or worse, scientists.

  • Armies should be abolished

    Yes, because it is a wastage of funds and money when they are not really improving economics,bonds between countries and they have been a tool for freedom of speech suppression. By abolishing armed forces it can stop having WW3. Well, i'm sure you have read the news about abolishing armed forces.

  • Yes, the armed forces should be abolished.

    Murder is never ever acceptable. Human life should always be valued. Two wrongs do not make a right. Money should be spent on other sectors such as education and medicine and aid. Violence is never the answer, only makes matters worse. Countries need to start supporting each other, instead of killing one another. We are after all one world.

  • Yes to some extent, the armed forces should be abolished.

    It is far too large and all encompassing as it is now, it could very easily stand to be trimmed down significantly. We do not need to have bases in every single country there is or have troops in every single country. There is simply no need for that, it is a waste of manpower and of money, which we cannot afford to be wasting. So yes, though not entirely I would abolish portions of the armed forces significantly.

  • Abolish the army

    The army is just too powerful, if we just kept the police and coast guard we would be eliminating all of the war that the us is in and then could redirect that money to schools and poverty. The army is no longer doing good, now it is just way to powerful.

  • Jeremy corbyn Labour

    Jeremy corbyn says so; no more army no more armyno more armyno more armyno more armyvvvno more armyno more armyno more armyno more armyno more armyno more armyno more armyno more armyvno more armyno more armyno more armyvno more armyno more armyno more armyno more armyno more armyno more army

  • War is outdated.

    In a world where many countries possess nuclear weapons and other devices capable of decimating the planet, militaries are a spark that could begin the end of life as we know it. Small defensive armies are understandable, but can double as a police force. People are too ill-tempered to risk all out war over meaningless squabbles.

  • Naaaaaaaaa not today

    With the talk of banning guns for sure not if we have no military we are a target we have not had a threat because of our strong military and we also have so many gun owners but with neither were dead men and women walking . . . .

  • Jeremy corbyn Labour

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  • No armed forces, no peace

    The armed force is more important that just maintaining order and security, it also provides so much more for the economy, whole businesses have rose for the production and advancement of military equipment. Believe it or not but most civil technology stems from military research. Plus lets face it, some where in the world, there will be a mad man or group of people trying to profit themselves by destroying others and they must be stopped. For mad men like them, force is the only way.

  • We need an armed forces

    The reason we need an armed forces is to defend the people and keep order, without an army we would not be able to fight a ground assault off, with out an airforce we wouldn't be able to fight aircraft of and without an navy we would be unable to repeal an hostile attack from sea, they are the 3 top reason why we need an armed forces

  • The military should not be abolished.

    The military is needed to protect its people. Without the military our country would fall into total chaos. The military is needed to keep order in our society under bad times. Our military keeps us safe from foreign country invasion, and gives jobs to millions. And also, war and fighting is a natural human instinct.

  • No way

    The armed forces should never be abolished. They are around to protect the country they serve. If they were abolished the country would be vulnerable and not safe. The armed forces are what makes the United States strong, it puts them above other countries with the strength that their military forces have over other countries.

  • No the armed forces should not be abolished

    We cannot entirely abolish the armed forces and still provide for our national security. It seems very unlikely, but should the United States ever be invaded we would need a significant armed military to defend our own territory. The armed forces also help during national emergencies in maintaining law and order and transporting needed goods safely. As you can see, I am not in support of sending armed forces overseas to intervene in other countries affairs, but we cannot entirely abolish our military. Every country needs some sort of defense on a national level so that anarchy does not ensue in bad times.

  • No, a strong armed forces is needed for national security

    There is no logical reason that the armed forces should be abolished. The military is a necessity in order to maintain strong national security, protect the country's international interests and keep the world's sea lanes unobstructed. The armed forces are the backbone of the United States, and our military should remain strong, well-equipped and well-trained.


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