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Actually, U.S. Military Still Uses Lots of Horses and Bayonets

JustMC Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 3:31 PM
And by the way, there were fools who said we needed more battleships, not aircraft carriers, all the way into WW2. Resources are FINITE. More of one means fewer of the other. So if you want to make a case about how we should use our resources, make that case. But don't beat strawmen--it makes Obama look less horrible in the eyes of some.

Last night during the final presidential debate of 2012, President Obama said we have "fewer horses and bayonets" during an exchange with Governor Mitt Romney. The comments were condescending, belittling and Obama implied the use of bayonets and horses was obsolete. This is not the case. Yes, Obama said "fewer" rather than "not at all," but let's take a look at how the military uses horses and bayonets today.

First, the Marines. The Marines have an entire page on their website dedicated to the bayonet, which is used in...