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You Should Only Ever Have A Military Parade If Nukes Are Involved

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

There has been nonstop debate about President Trump having a military parade, and it’s time to set the record straight.

The idea of Trump having a military parade is really bad, and we shouldn’t do it. However, I’m a very flexible man when it comes to decision making. Thus, I have carved out an exception. I’m more than willing to throw a massive military parade if we can somehow get nukes into the picture.

We can either fire the nukes at an enemy or we can just shoot them into the ocean. I don’t really care, but you can’t have a military parade in 2018 if nukes aren’t on the table.

I’ve seen tanks, helicopters, fighter jets and bombers on many different occasions in my life. It’s nothing too spectacular at this point. The same can’t be said for nuclear missiles. I have never once seen one of those bad boys get thrown in the air.

That’s probably a good thing for the most part. I used to live in Montana, and seeing nukes in the air while in that state is probably a sign that a world war just started.

Not bringing nukes into the equation means the United States isn’t bringing 100 percent effort, and that’s not how America rolls. Again, I think this idea is pretty bad to have a parade to begin with. However, if we’re going to do it then we have to do it correctly, and that includes having nukes. It’s that simple.

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