Gov. Mitt Romney opened the engagement. "Our Navy is smaller now than at any time since 1917. The Navy said they needed 313 ships to carry out their mission. We're now under 285. We're headed down to the low 200s if...
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Good luck to the New Navy bought with 40% borrowed money. Romney is the Establishment's man & he will dance to their tune, not the voter's, meaning continued deficit spending. Romney & the RNC scuttled Ron Paul's campaign because he was the only real threat, if elected, to the Establishment's control over the military-industrial-Wall Street-banking-MSM-empire. He threatened to end the empire & the D.C. power brokers wouldn't let that happen. If Romney is elected the empire building will escalate. Romney MAY balance the budget in ten years. That will be too late. Hyper-inflation will already have destroyed the dollar. The empire will destroy the U.S. gov't & it is too late for America to wake up & find a leader to do anything about it.
Monday night's final 2012 presidential election debate included a brief but fierce naval battle. The candidates exchanged close-combat broadsides over the size of the U.S. Navy, then fired provocative salvos in the direction of two complex subjects, the capabilities of modern weapons and the deleterious effects of funding cuts required by sequestration on the defense budget, especially planned ship-building programs.
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