What we know after one year of Russia’s war in Ukraine | JUST THE FAQs

Here's what we know about the state of the war in Ukraine one year after Russia's invasion.

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    1. Congress and the president couldn’t have taken office without getting voted in. I pay my taxes and am employed for a defense contractor, so it’s kind of hard for me to support giving you handouts instead of aiding Ukraine and their fight against a adversary you’re too cowardly to confront. If you’re scared of war, move to Switzerland. America has never been pacifist.

    1. Kind of hard for Americans to be struggle when the military-industrial complex and the American LNG are expected to be contributing to the higher-than-expected GDP and job growth. If that didn’t work during the mid-terms, why are you still trying to pretend the richest nation on earth is struggling. You might be struggling, but not the majority.

    2. ​@RiteMo LawBksactually the problem is the majority are struggling but because the rich and the politicians aren’t then so it doesn’t matter

  1. Can’t believe it’s been a whole year seems like it was just yesterday we were celebrating tanks giving my how time flies when your tax dollars are being wasted

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