What will you do if Russia/China Lunches an attack on USA soil?
25 Dec 09
I am a Canadian but will be sure to offer refuge for anyone fleeing over to our borders. I will also think that if anyone thinks that Communism and Capitalism can work together, this is proof that they cannot. Oh and why is it that the inane stupid ones are the ones that give the first responses? I was at church. What is the other's excuses?
27 Dec 09
I do not exactly trust the Chinese government. They are not safety conscious about the stuff that comes out of their factories. They are more interested in profit at the expense of protecting their citizens, they have done many human right violations, and with their policy of one child and aborting the others in a family, they would have no qualms about attacking America and possibly destroying as many American citizens as possible. Why there are so many Chinese who want to escape Communism that in Vancouver, B.C, Canada that there have been whole districts where the majority are of Chinese descent/ I hope that O= knows enough and stops his trying to please the Chinese government that much.
• United States
27 Dec 09
First of all, neither country would launch such an attack out of the blue with no warning or communication between countries. The U.S. has nuclear weapons you know and intercontinental ballistic missiles, so shooting anyting at us pretty much guarantees that you're going to be hit yourself. We also have a missile defense system, although I'm not sure how effective it is. To answer your question though, if I was at our business and learned that this country had come under attack, I would do what most folks would do...turn on the news and get information. Since I live in Florida I wouldn't be too concerned about being a target. I did live outside of Washington, D.C. during the 9/11 attacks and worked for a community college. While that 4th. plane was in the air, heading towards Washington, the college initiated an emergency procedure which called for the relocation of all students and staff to areas on the ground floors of our buildings that were considered safe.