- Mar 30, 2010
aye to the Linton-Sinclair Bill.
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My friend this is the heart of a specious argument. No nation can effectively invade ours unless they come through Canada and r Mexico. Should we invade those neighbors to secure our borders? Regarding raising large numbers of troops, and infantry division can be raised in about 4 months, 3 divisions each year if produced sequentially. We can run dozens of sequences of reserve divisions at a time. Producing 60 reserve divisions in a year would be child's play. Our navy is strong enough already to protect our shores while we produce scores of divisions. If we strategically place the divisions we already have we we can prevent any likely enemies from reaching our shores in the Pacific. Germany and Italy cannot reach our shores without taking the Azores or an equivalent island. By the time they do that, we could raise hundreds of divisions. Let us not harm our civilian economy without reason.Then i Vote aye to the Linton Sinclair - Bill.
Although i was the One proposing a compromise i cant agree to only 15 Production Emphasis.
The Military will and has always been a source of Employment, my fellow Senators and when a 100 years ago a millitary was 95% soldiers, in our techonolgically advanced time more and more civilian Jobs are created by having an army.
Some time ago, an invasion of America would have been impossible, just by Logistical matters. However this has changed rapidly. Maybe in 10 years Tropps cpuld be Deployed via Air from Europe to America.
We can, or can not Prepare for a War. However war will be Prepared for us.
- Senator Franz Vormüller.
I do believe that the superiority of the Linton-Sinclair speaks for itself. We certainly do not need a continuation of the military stagnation of late.
Aye for the Linton-Sinclair bill.
Pappy O'Daniel D-MS
I think I'm going to call the election tonight one way or the other. Senator Linton, if you don't mind, please have a final draft prepared as soon as possible. You can then post it in the thread and our military officials can begin preparing their plans for FY 1938.
((Also, I'm begging you guys, please bold your votes! If we get more contentious votes -- and I'm sure we will soon -- it's hard to keep track of who is voting for what.))