[SENATE] MSA Defense Review

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[SENATE] MSA Defense Review

Post by Coin » 22:45:38 Saturday, 14 March, 2015

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MSA Defense Review
Introduced by Representative Carpenter, Oklahoma
Following the attacks of the USA on MSA soil in three separate states, to review the defenses of the republic and lessons to be learnt from the aforementioned violations of our sovereignty.
The bill legislates the following:
  • Remembering the brave patriots of our democratic republic who lost their lives or were wounded in the US attacks on bases in Iowa, Arkansas and Louisiana.
  • Beginning an official investigation in collaboration with the Congressional Committees on the Armed Services into the attacks on the MSA in response to the leaking of past OSS missions.
  • Requiring the subsequent publication of a report on the attacks and the apparent ease with which MSA territory and sovereignty was violated.
  • Stipulating the report to publish recommendations for MS American defense policy to repel any similar future attacks.
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Re: MSA Defense Review

Post by Coin » 22:53:13 Saturday, 14 March, 2015

Representative Matthew J Carpenter, House Minority Leader, R-OK wrote:House Representatives of the Mountain States of America,

I introduce this bill with a heavy heart and a deep anger at the reckless and bloody attack on our servicemen and women by the USN and USAAF. Outrage and shock at these attacks is rightly emphatic across our republic. We must remember those lost, those wounded, and their families at this difficult and terrible time. We all have our own opinions on the prelude to and pretext for the attacks. But the matter of the MSA's defense policy must be raised, and I would do so now.

I bring to the House a bill that would investigate the attacks and the lessons which we might learn to ensure such a tragedy may be less likely in future. For one thing, it is clear that the USA is ready and shamelessly willing to attack these Mountain States; they wish to goad us into a dangerous response. Frankly that what is left of this coalition has not made even one statement on the matter is distressing in and of itself; but I would urge our response in Congress to be not provocative but sensible, unanimous, and clear.

Manipulative politicking has hampered efforts to improve the defenses of this republic in the recent and not-so-recent past. Now, however, we must push forward for the good of the MSA.
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Re: [HOUSE] MSA Defense Review

Post by Snacks » 02:28:08 Sunday, 15 March, 2015

Representative Jamal K Adams, LA wrote: While the death of any MSAmerican citizen like those slain by the USA war-machine is a tragedy, I cannot help but feel the deaths of my fellow Louisianans particularly deeply. It is lamentable that such a proposal is necessary In this Congress, but so it is. I believe that as far as the safety of the MSAmerican people is at stake, and the prevention of devastation from whatever such cowardly attacks we might expect in the future is concerned, this motion has the support of myself and the rest of the Hard Left caucus.
Representative Raymond Freeman, AR wrote: Far too many promising soldiers, Americans all, have been cut down in the prime of their lives. We may take the time to mourn, but we do not have the time to wait on moving forward, lest this occur again. I applaud the call for the interests of the American people over partisanship and self-interested politicking: the last thing that this country needs, because it is the last thing that will help it, is for this to be treated as an opportunity for blame-pushing, political revenge, or ill-conceived plots against our neighbors. We will not give the Nazis what they want- this is our guarantee to the American people, and I thank Representative Carpenter for putting the first foot forward.
((edit: whoops, overexcited about America I guess.))

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Re: [HOUSE] MSA Defense Review

Post by Flamelord » 03:34:07 Sunday, 15 March, 2015

Speaker of the House Jeanette Johnson, MO wrote:This bill is hereby moved to the House Committee on the Armed Services for deliberation and review

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Re: [HOUSE] MSA Defense Review

Post by Coin » 14:56:16 Wednesday, 18 March, 2015

Representative Matthew James Carpenter, R-OK wrote:I thank the representatives from Louisiana and Arkansas for their contributions. Whatever our domestic differences on a host of other issues, I believe it clear that recent events make the case for reviewing MS American defense.
Representative George A Tracey, R-CO wrote:I for one welcome this bill and applaud the potential for bipartisan work on such a matter. It is no secret that we in the Republican Party have disagreed strongly with others in the House on certain specific defense matters, but all in all such a review would be welcome and I hope the soon-to-be-appointed President shall join this House in support.
Representative Tomas Soto, R-TX wrote:May I first echo the comments of Representative Tracey. We require an urgent review of where we have failed to improve MS American defenses. Considering that skirmishes with the USA in the north-east had already placed our military - one assumes - on an increased defense footing, the arbitrary and unchallenged manner in which Washington could attack us raises many questions.

It would be my hope that this heinous attack shall unite the American people in supporting a stronger defense policy, as advocated over many years by myself and many of my colleagues. I therefore welcome Representative Carpenter's bill and hope it shall pass swiftly considering the urgency obvious to all our citizens and as mentioned by representatives on all sides.
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Re: [HOUSE] MSA Defense Review

Post by Smyg » 18:50:23 Wednesday, 18 March, 2015

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Re: [HOUSE] MSA Defense Review

Post by Flamelord » 21:27:14 Wednesday, 18 March, 2015

Representative Jeanette Johnson, MO wrote:With the recent attacks by the USA upon our fair nation, it is more obvious than ever that our defense must be attended to, lest we show ourselves to be weak before the other powers of the world.
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Re: [HOUSE] MSA Defense Review

Post by Gesar » 17:51:12 Thursday, 19 March, 2015

House Majority Leader Geoffrey Wise, P-IA wrote:Congresswoman Johnson summed my feelings more than adequately on the matter. A stronger nation requires a stronger defense policy, especially in these trying times.
10 Progressive Liberal votes IN FAVOR
Patrick Edmonds, P-MN wrote:If I may be so bold as to offer another opinion on the matter, I'd like to remind my colleagues of the nature of our political situation. Since the Treaty of St. Paul, these Mountain States have never required more than the essential military force, for we have no enemies. The fact that our nation came under attack is only more proof in my mind that the cavalier attitude held by some members of our government is fundamentally detrimental to a national well-being. This bill only serves to further that attitude. Instead of looking outward, of being envious of the fascist regimes and acting with paranoia, we should overcome our troubles in the way President Wallace did: as Lincoln had it, with malice towards none and charity towards all.
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Re: [HOUSE] MSA Defense Review

Post by BgKnight » 21:54:10 Tuesday, 24 March, 2015

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Re: [HOUSE] MSA Defense Review

Post by Coin » 00:05:00 Thursday, 26 March, 2015

Senator Allan Clayton wrote:This bill is hereby brought before the Senate, having passed the Mountain States House of Representatives.
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