• Watch your fuckin' mouth bub, I don't lose wars.
You lost in Vietnam though...
Did I? Did I really?
What's wrong with you? J
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    • There’s a difference between loosing and just giving up
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    • Other countries seriously don’t appreciate American world policing, so I say we should pull out and let the world go to shit
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    • When people say we lost wars after every single one we left after leveling half a country and taking a decimal place off the local population
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    • Honestly we shouldn’t have been involved in vietnam in the first place, their country hardly gave any useful exports so we would have been fine if we let them just fight each other instead
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    • We got 3 million of them, and forced them to sign a peace deal. Then we left and they invaded again. It’s can’t be a loss if we weren’t even there. Also now they’re capitalist, and sacred of China. So who really won?
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    • This has been said before but America literally keeps the world in check. Get rid of us, you’ll see China, India, Russia sweep in to take our place and by God will you all regret that real fast
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    • The US hasn't declared war since WWII meaning we haven't lost any wars. Vietnam and Korea were policing actions but are referred to as wars to honor the men and women who fought and died there.
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    • Game joined in progress. Loss stat prevented
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    • I mean to be fair it ain’t easy to win a fight in someone else’s home turf when they disguise as non combatants and receive loads of support from neighboring communist countries
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    • we put restrictions on ourself in Vietnam, we were basically in a fist fight with our hands chained together, if we could have removed said chains then Vietnam would basically be gone
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    • We sent in our top agent- Agent Orange, and while we “lost”, he gave em hell for generations to come
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    • We bombed them and they signed a treaty then Nixon resigned and the Democrat pussies pulled us out to please the hippies and they took over again
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    • JFK was assassinated so the CIA could put ghost ships on the radar of naval ships to imitate attacks to force Johnson’s hand in going to war (straight facts)
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    • I mean, in means of “losing a war” the Vietnamese lost literally 20X the Troops, lost way more land, recourses, and ultimately beat the American people. Not the military.
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    • Yeah. The point of Vietnam was to prevent the spread of communism and well... we didn't
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    • We won the war. We just lost the negotiations.
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    • We won in Vietnam, we left with an armistice, the south only lost because we left
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    • Canada was over there too.
      Dabbler 22 jun
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    • I am a Vietnamese. I was born there. I lived there for 15 years until I got here. NO, America did not lose to Vietnam. Just one nuclear bomb, the entire "Vietnamese" will see Dinosaurs. But we got nice stories about this.
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    • If we wanted to "win" Vietnam would have glassed them but we are nice c:
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    • My uncle faught in Vietnam he said he didn’t want tank 13 so he took 9 and then 13 blew up
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    • We lost and won the civil war
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    • We didn’t lose, we were winning till we pulled out because it was pissing off hippies
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    • remember agar.io
      _Quack 23 jun
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    • America isn’t indestructible obviously, but that’s not my point. This doesn’t make sense. Canada assisted in the Vietnam War. 20,000 Canadians enlisted. Over 100 were kia.
      nseve0404 24 jun
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    • Agent orange is still having an effect even today. people are being born with terrible birth defects because of the chemicals their parents and grandparents were exposed to
      TheJuic3 23 jun
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    • I know why we really lost
      kokkinos 22 jun
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    • Technically we won. Then we pulled out after we won then the north came in quickly and made all those American deaths meaningless.
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    • Vietnam is the only Asian country that has beaten two world super powers in the last century. First the US then China
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    • We didn’t lose shit, the only reason we left was the support in the states was shifting and most politicians wanted to stay in office so they shifted support as well. They brought us home after that. We was gut fucking the Vietcong
      _Paul 24 jun
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    • America's like Batman, some psychopath in a suit who thinks he's a hero because he's rich, but just ends up beating the shit out of people
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    • If you beat the shit out of somebody and then step out of the ring, that’s not losing a fight. It’s not winning the fight technically, but it’s definitely not losing the fight either lol
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    • It was a conflict not a war
      bardbard 22 jun
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    • The US and Canada both had troops in Vietnam trying to clean up France's mess. So remember if you blame anyone for Vietnam it's the French
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    • I encourage everyone to visit Vietnam. The people there are so friendly and the food is top notch.
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    • France was in Vietnam. My grandfather had to go in, but they were leaving when that happened. Then the north fought the south to end the monarchy. And then we went in to stop them because "communism" but what we probably don't talk about in history books is why these countries tried to overthrow
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    • Too much hate and arguing. Take something cute. :)
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    • Been saying for a while, we fucked them up so bad that their #1 industry for a few years was recycling. Recycling.
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    • Look at the death tolls and tell me we lost.
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    • Remember the Gulf of Tonkin. And no, it wasn't a win. It was a strategic loss. We went there to stop communism, a failed endeavor from the start. We also kinda were to blame for Vietnam going communist. Ho Chi Minh pleaded with the US during WW2 to get our help ousting the Japanese, we said yeah no
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    • Technically no. The U.S forced them to sign the PPA before they withdrew. But the whole war was still a waste of time and a scar on American history considering all the war crimes
      casualfan 25 jun
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    • Never forget that Ho Chi Minh went to Paris while the Treaty of Versailles was being debated to seek help from Woodrow Wilson to create a nation state for the Vietnamese but was denied even a meeting. Or that he wrote a declaration of independence for Vietnam in the inspired by the US's.
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    • Wasnt really a loss, more of a draw. While the US COULD have flattened vietnam, they woulda fought to the last man, and the people in the US would have went irate with the govt. Its really the same deal with any guerilla fight, while we have superior firepower and troops, not only is it damn tough
      Rothaga 22 jun
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    • America doesn't care about its Vietnam vets
      Jeebuz 22 jun
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    • We’re just really good at not losing for extended periods of time
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    • Hardcore Americans : “it was a tie”
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    • War is a racket.
      thekriso 22 jun
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    • Technically the us never signed a declaration of war during Vietnam if I’m correct. So we technically didn’t lose a war because we never went to “war”
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    • Never officially declared war so therefore never lost the war
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    • Ask a vet if they feel like they won.
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    • It's kind of hard when the enemies are using inhumane tactics
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    • We kinda fucked up Vietnam
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    • If we weren’t so worried about communism abroad, we might not be dealing with it at home so much right now.
      Beerlush 22 jun
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    • The amount of casualties suffered by either side doesn’t determine who won the war. What determines that is who got their way, and Vietnam won in that regard
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    • From my experience the main difference between American history classes and British history classes are that we acknowledge our defeat to rice farmers while British close out that they lost to drunken colonials.
      SteveM 23 jun
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    • Good thing Vietnam wasn’t a war
      drkmnz 23 jun
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    • Its kind of funny how people try to compare Europe and the US and get all angry at each other...like its not that much different, stfu. And yes this has nothing to do with Canada or Vietnam.
      Coyotez 23 jun
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    • One of my coworkers was a former russian paratrooper, i asked him what he thought of vietnam at the time, and he said even to them, they knew it was a proxy war, and that if not treaded carefully, could've been much worse. (He's like 80 somethin)
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    • Mcguigi 22 jun
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    • The hippies ruined the war like they ruined golden age America and now they’re the liberals trying to ruin what’s left
      capncook 25 jun
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    • It was a political battle Russia and the US should’ve left alone. Yet at the same time, whether they had or hadn’t, who’s to say there wouldn’t have been a political cleansing that could’ve been a genocide. Was it basically that anyways? I dunno, wasn’t there
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    • If the Union had given up to the confederacy like we did in Vietnam, y'all would be considering that a loss. However, y'all like to bring up k/d ratios like that matters. The Vietnamese accomplished their goal of ridding of the U.S. They won. Get over it.
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    • People acting like we couldn’t of leveled any of those countries we “lost” too in a day if we wanted. Realizing we aren’t accomplishing anything and pulling out doesn’t mean we don’t have the superior military.
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    • How bout that war on drugs?
      davager 22 jun
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    • Well america had 100k dead and 400k wounded where Vietnam had well over 6 million dead.
      wattsbolt 22 jun
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    • For every 1 American KIA, around 1700 VC or NVA were KIA
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    • The US did win. The Vietnamese signed a surrender in Paris. The UN didn’t uphold their agreement to support Vietnam’s government
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    • We don’t lose wars to other countries... we beat ourselves in Vietnam. The RoE beat us there, not those skinny jungle freaks
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    • Yeah that was a shit show.
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    • Technically speaking there is a difference between losing and leaving the conflict cause a bunch of people forced the government to abandon it because they thought that communism wasnt a big deal
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    • Yes
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    • Well the past is the past. We didn’t lose the Vietnam war. But we did ( in time) make a new ally. Vietnam is quite friendly to the Us nowadays. And seeing how they went to war with China like 5 times already. They might ally with us incase of china doing something sneaky.
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    • We didn't lose from a military standpoint we lost from a political one. The American people just no longer supported the war.
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    • We didn’t technically lose in Vietnam, we pretty much just left the country and let the Commies take over. The whole war was a shitshow and was a major reason for why the US went from the definite greatest country on Earth to being seen more as a joke :(
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    • Wait, Americans dont actually argue they won Vietnam do they?
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    • Thats fine, becuase if we where to go to war with Vietnam now, we would absolutely obliterate them into the shadow realm.
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    • I mean i was TECHNICALLY a conflict. Not a real war.
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    • Lost to Britain in the war of 1812 say all you want but they got our capital and burned it to the ground until we pleaded for peace
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    • Me does a bit of research REAL SHIT It was a conflict
      thedaweed 22 jun
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    • The French can be such assholes. Ask us to help us fight a war they started, then quit and make us do all the work. Who needs enemies when you have allies like these?
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    • We can’t help someone who doesn’t want to be helped. South Vietnam wasn’t taking shit serious.
      k_ramz 22 jun
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    • Good old Agent Orange
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    • War is not a sport. Stop making sport comparisons. There’s loses, victories, then they’re hollow victories and vice versa.
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    • Ok so basically the french has been in Vietnam for a long long time and after ww2 communism was rising fast and the French asked for our help because we are in the UN with them, but a while into it the French pulled out and left us to fight the war for them
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    • 1Password 22 jun
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    • Can any history nerd explain why america even invaded vietnam?
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    • We pulled out cause it was point less conflict whose cost wasn’t worth its gains which were dubious and probably extremely temporary. Look at most of Latin America if ya want a glimpse of a world in which the US “won”
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    • Yes. We lost.
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    • We may have lost to Vietnam, but at least we didnt lose a war to birds
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    • I was actually recently in Vietnam helping victims of agent orange. We totally fucked them over for generations.
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    • We never should have even been to Vietnam yet you retards still feel the need to defend our presence there.
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    • Fuck communism and fuck demonshitcrats.
      ECHO5ECHO 22 jun
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    • America lost in Vietnam
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