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Is visiting for Thursday first time. Should we even allow them in the country or should they be expelled?

Should the president have Trump negotiate any deals with them while they are here?

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Is visiting for Thursday first time. Should we even allow them in the country or should they be expelled?

Should the president have Trump negotiate any deals with them while they are here?

This some kind of poll?

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For what reason or purpose? 

Are you reliant on someone telling you how to do everything now?

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Nope.  Is asking what the purpose of your survey is now a Libertarian Sin?  I just want you to tell me why you are asking?  Do you really think that we should have a major diplomatic incident with China?  Why would you even consider such an idea?  Or ask the rest of us whether we agreed with you? 

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Nope.  Is asking what the purpose of your survey is now a Libertarian Sin?  I just want you to tell me why you are asking?  Do you really think that we should have a major diplomatic incident with China?  Why would you even consider such an idea?  Or ask the rest of us whether we agreed with you? 

 

I heard on the news that China hacked into some government data, and stole 5.6 million fingerprints that could possibly affect 21 million government employees.  Not sure if that's as important as North Korea stealing a movie or not.

 

 

“If a foreign country comes into your country and takes down a major corporation, makes it impossible to work in a normal way, steals five movies and then issues threats that it will kill American citizens if they go to a movie theater, that is pretty darn close to an act of war. And I’m not talking about legalisms here. I’m talking about the practical effect.

If we don’t respond in such a way that the entire world understands that North Korea is paying a terrible price– they should pay a price five or ten times bigger than they did. That doesn’t mean you have to be stupid. One technique is our cyber capabilities, go in and close down the country, close down the telephones, and close down the electricity and make it clear if you mess with us, you’ll be in a lot of pain.

But if we don’t do that, we’re sending a signal to Iran and ISIS, to Putin. Russia has a huge cyber capability, the Chinese routinely steal from us and I think it is very dangerous to allow this thing to get escalated gradually until it becomes totally fine for foreigners to wander around America dictating to us what we are allowed to say and do.”

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Nope.  Is asking what the purpose of your survey is now a Libertarian Sin?  I just want you to tell me why you are asking?  Do you really think that we should have a major diplomatic incident with China?  Why would you even consider such an idea?  Or ask the rest of us whether we agreed with you? 

Survey? It was just a commentary with a few question marks seeking commentary to anyone who wished to offer it. If you would like to add to it, that would be great. If not, that is fine as well. The choice is yours and I can't give you the answers but I do encourage you to think a little about the implications of the ongoing actions by them and how they impact this country.

 

I heard on the news that China hacked into some government data, and stole 5.6 million fingerprints that could possibly affect 21 million government employees.  Not sure if that's as important as North Korea stealing a movie or not.

 

 

“If a foreign country comes into your country and takes down a major corporation, makes it impossible to work in a normal way, steals five movies and then issues threats that it will kill American citizens if they go to a movie theater, that is pretty darn close to an act of war. And I’m not talking about legalisms here. I’m talking about the practical effect.

If we don’t respond in such a way that the entire world understands that North Korea is paying a terrible price– they should pay a price five or ten times bigger than they did. That doesn’t mean you have to be stupid. One technique is our cyber capabilities, go in and close down the country, close down the telephones, and close down the electricity and make it clear if you mess with us, you’ll be in a lot of pain.New

But if we don’t do that, we’re sending a signal to Iran and ISIS, to Putin. Russia has a huge cyber capability, the Chinese routinely steal from us and I think it is very dangerous to allow this thing to get escalated gradually until it becomes totally fine for foreigners to wander around America dictating to us what we are allowed to say and do.”

Newt.

 

 

 

Ding Ding, we have a winner.

They have been hacking into our databases and stealing secrets at an escalating rate(Not that we would ever do such a thing of course because we are the good guys) and to not call them out on this is a serious offense is inexcusable.  Why the righties are all falling over themselves to throw the Pope under the bus they are totally silent on this subject and they are supposedly the ones who are for national security. 

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