Thoughts on our foreign policy
I’d like to hear everybody’s thoughts on our armed services and our foreign policy. Our country has a love affair with war. We have a presence in many countries in the form of foreign bases and troops engaged in several active theaters. Some conflicts have dragged on for well over a decade and some have started on questionable grounds. I feel the general concensous among the public is that we don’t want to be the world’s policeman. Yet we continue to get into other country’s business and attempt to influence their elections, economies, policies, and public opinion. How do we take the NAP and create a policy that aligns with our allies without injecting our young men into affairs that we shouldn’t be involved in? The military industrial complex has incredible influence on our leaders decisions – how do we break this? How do we get our young men and women from going off to fight wars that we shouldn’t have any business being involved in? How can we give thanks to those who have served when they’ve been tasked with orders that don’t align with our national security?
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