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@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1mo

No, but continue to supply Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves and provide humanitarian aid

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1mo

Yes, but only through supplying Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves and providing humanitarian aid

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…2mos

Yes, order a number of our troops to be on standby in Europe and continue to supply Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves

@97XHCSG from Wisconsin answered…2mos

Yes, order a number of our military troops to be on standby and continue to supply Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…3mos

No, but continue to supply the Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…3mos

Yes, our troops should be on standby but their usage should be coordinated with that of our NATO allies' troops through the United Nations. Continue to supply the Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…3mos

Yes, our troops should be on standby but any usage should coordinated with our NATO allies' troops through the United Nations. Continue to supply the Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…4mos

Yes, our troops should be on standby but their usage should coordinated with our NATO allies' troops through the United Nations. Continue to supply the Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…4mos

Yes, our troops should be on standby but their usage should only be in coordination with our NATO allies through the United Nations. Continue to supply the Ukraine with weapons to defend themselves

@939XGCX from New York answered…8mos

No, but it should send weapons, intelligence, and financial assistance

@939JZ9BDemocrat from Utah answered…8mos

@939JMPD from Indiana answered…8mos

Not military force if possible, depends on if all peaceful means are exhausted

@939HMZ5 from California answered…8mos

@939HKZK from California answered…8mos

@939GBQPRepublican from Texas answered…8mos

@939B7L4 from Massachusetts answered…8mos

No, but send maximum material and humanitarian aid and allow Americans to volunteer with full amnesty

@939BB8H from Texas answered…8mos

No, but PMCs should be used to influence outcome in favor of American interests

@9399DS4Progressive from Michigan answered…8mos

@7KD4Z5Q from Florida answered…8mos

@9396BWY from California answered…8mos

@93968PJIndependent from New York answered…8mos

@93946W5 from Massachusetts answered…8mos

@9393WY5 from Wisconsin answered…8mos

The U.S. and NATO should defend Ukraine if Russia escalates the war by miscalculation with airstrike or use tactical to biological and chemical weapon use.

@4T6MX6Z answered…8mos

@938ZR55 from Oregon answered…8mos

No, but military aid including offensive firepower such as long range missiles and fighter jets should be made available to Ukraine.

@938YQY8Independent from Connecticut answered…8mos

@938V6WL from Maryland answered…8mos

No, but they should diplomatically work to bring about peace in the conflict

@938PHX3from Delaware  answered…8mos

No, they can help by other means such as military aid or intelligence sharing

@938MYXT from New Hampshire answered…8mos

America has no obligation to now Taiwan on there hand we might not only from the perspective that we promised to protect them via contracts but they make the chips we use for electriconics if China gets ahold of it we'd be more screwed then we are right now and we are pretty screwed for the foreseeable future which is really sad to say actually

@938LZ66 from North Carolina answered…8mos

Send military equipment, but soldiers should not be fighting Russia in an official capacity.

@938H2SHIndependent from Wisconsin answered…8mos

Only if Russia escalates the war by using chemical weapons or tactical nuke. Or if Russia of course launches missiles that accidentally hits NATO territory.

@938DXWR from California answered…8mos

@938DMFQLibertarian from Oregon answered…8mos

@938CL4BIndependent from Michigan answered…8mos

Yes. Russia's aggression should not be tolerated by the U. N., much less NATO.

@8QCRDR6 from Minnesota answered…8mos

@937Z83W from Oklahoma answered…8mos

No, unless fighting spills over into a neighboring NATO country - or other allied country. We should however, continue to support Ukraine by way of intelligence, defensive weapons, and humanitarian aid.

@937ZMRQ from California answered…8mos

@937YXB3 from Texas answered…8mos

@6TD492HDemocrat from California answered…8mos

@937QL3Q from Minnesota answered…8mos