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Anybody, even you, can counter with a pointless and unexplained statement. It's what you do all the time. You are both illiterate and ignorant. You cannot logically address any subject except to cry out obscenity and t*rds out of mouths. And then, out comes "boy, did I clownstomp them". And, amazingly, you actually believe that you did. LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).
What part did you miss, jackfish? I said having a huge, state-of-the-art carrier armed to the teeth DOES impact a region by its mere presence. You seem to think people never even notice. Right! LMAO! squidlips

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If you read my last post on the UK's new carriers, you'll note that I reported the Economist's comment that at the point where they were now in construction, it would be more expensive to cancel than finish. I predicted they'd mothball them first thing when completed, you'll see. And, if carriers are so important as you point out, why has the UK decided to go without for 8 to 13 years? The Chinese have been building that carrier for decades almost now. And for what? No other carrier on the horizon. As to India, Italy, Spain, supposedly allies, their carriers are jokes. Only France has one modern nuclear carrier.
As to carriers off the shores of rogue nations, tell me what that accomplished in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, in the Middle East etc. Very little or Zilch. In the Cuban missile crisis, double zilch. It's all about guerilla warfare, insurgency and terrorism now, Rogue. We'd best find solutions to those. Might be cheaper too.
During the Falklands War they had only a few very small carriers and the Argentines almost kicked their butts.
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Still afraid to defend your fable Dufus?
LMAO!!! No, are you afraid to counter my posts, all you have are diatriber!!
HELLO, STUPID!!!
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And Dufus Dale fails law logic 101
CJ Roberts "you may call that a fine but it is really a tax"
Dufus Fale: "all taxes are fines"
Talk about terminal dumarse
LMAO!!! So everyday we live in the the US and pay taxes we are violating some law, this is Justice Roberts contention. Now if you are saying that Roberts is saying that tax means the burden of the Constitution, then this isn't correct either, because a fine as the bill was written is a penalty for not obeying a law, so a Roberts has stated him position, each citizen of the US is a law breaker.
Now are all taxes fines, or all fines taxes. Now if all fines are taxes, then they are deductible, on the other hand, if all taxes are fines we are all law breakers! Now as Roberts has plainly stayed, we are a nation of criminals.

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If that were the case, why were not forces deployed to Ben Ghazi?
Oh, where did the A-6s, A-7s and F?A-18 come from? Hint, THREE U.S. aircraft carriers (USS Saratoga, USS America and USS Coral Sea)
Oh, we had 12 operation combat carriers and one training carrier in 1986.
What forces deployed to Benghazi? From where? It's been pretty well established that no forces could've made it on time. Did you want a carrier task force stationed off Libya to protect the US cultural centre in Benghazi IN CASE it was attacked? Is that what you're trying to say?

You didn't need the carriers to air bomb Libya. Canada, France and the UK all operated their missions from mainland Europe, no carriers. And incidentally, just for the record, it was a stupid mission

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And once again you miss the point entirely!
The point being that you can't count to 10? I know.

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..and even less to 20?

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During the Falklands War they had only a few very small carriers and the Argentines almost kicked their butts.
You don't know much about the Falkland (or Malvinas) war , do you? Carrier with Harriers or not, the outcome would have been the exact same. The Argentines were ill-equipped, shortage of rations, no winter uniforms, poor weapons and local hostility. Exocet missiles were the bane of the Brits, but even after the sinking of one of their ships by said Exocet, the Brits pretty easily prevailed. What you don't know is the subtle support they received, mostly from Chile (hence Thatcher's support for tyrant Pinochet to the end) and Brazil who both gave the Brits port facilities, refuelling and supplies. I'd tell you more, but you're not interested.

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What part did you miss, jackfish? I said having a huge, state-of-the-art carrier armed to the teeth DOES impact a region by its mere presence. You seem to think people never even notice. Right! LMAO! squidlips
Sorry, it does NOT impact a region any more. Used to. No more.
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What forces deployed to Benghazi? From where? It's been pretty well established that no forces could've made it on time. Did you want a carrier task force stationed off Libya to protect the US cultural centre in Benghazi IN CASE it was attacked? Is that what you're trying to say?
You didn't need the carriers to air bomb Libya. Canada, France and the UK all operated their missions from mainland Europe, no carriers. And incidentally, just for the record, it was a stupid mission
LMAO!!! Boring, boring, boring, you havn't any idea what you are talking about, you just like to talk and of course we love to laugh (laff) at you!
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..and even less to 20?
And you still remain clueless! LMAO
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Sorry, it does NOT impact a region any more. Used to. No more.
It's amazing, simply amazing! Now, jackfish feels like he is able to answer for entire nations. Amazing! LMAO! doglip
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You don't know much about the Falkland (or Malvinas) war , do you? Carrier with Harriers or not, the outcome would have been the exact same. The Argentines were ill-equipped, shortage of rations, no winter uniforms, poor weapons and local hostility. Exocet missiles were the bane of the Brits, but even after the sinking of one of their ships by said Exocet, the Brits pretty easily prevailed. What you don't know is the subtle support they received, mostly from Chile (hence Thatcher's support for tyrant Pinochet to the end) and Brazil who both gave the Brits port facilities, refuelling and supplies. I'd tell you more, but you're not interested.
BINGO!!!
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It's amazing, simply amazing! Now, jackfish feels like he is able to answer for entire nations. Amazing! LMAO! doglip
I really do feel sorry for Jock, all of those words he posts everyday and all are boring, boring, boring!! He really must be mentaly unstable, hope he doesn't come to my town!

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It's amazing, simply amazing! Now, jackfish feels like he is able to answer for entire nations. Amazing! LMAO! doglip
Am I? What about you, loud lout? Did you not write "What part did you miss, jackfish? I said having a huge, state-of-the-art carrier armed to the teeth DOES impact a region by its mere presence. "

Well, I wrote countries, you go further, why, whole regions. What makes YOU think you can speak for entire regions?

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<quoted text>I really do feel sorry for Jock, all of those words he posts everyday and all are boring, boring, boring!! He really must be mentaly unstable, hope he doesn't come to my town!
Well, who hasn't noticed that learning is indeed very boring for you.

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I knew all along that Hillary Clinton was lying about the role of the "Innocence of Muslims" video in the coordinated Benghazi attack on the anniverary of 9/11, and now it appears the Democrats will sacrifice their queen in desperation.
Check Mate.

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You are thick-headed and obstinate, aren't you, and wallowing in total cluelessness. Told you in the event of conflict, the US has bases all over the world, and would deploy their aircraft to those bases if need be. Would sure beat a 37-hr roundtrip. Libya was bombed mostly from Europe. It was bombed from a carrier, sure, but it was not necessary. Khadafi was bombed from Spain and the UK years ago if my memory serves me right. Korea from Japan and Guam. N.Vietnam from the south, Thailand and B52 from Guam.
In the event of a conflict, what if those bases were attacked and damaged so badly that they wouldn't be able to conduct aircraft operations?

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Reaction time? How long would it take for a special ops time to fly from Fort Campbell, KY to Africa?
It take a B-2 37 hours to fly round trip from the U.S. to Korea. You could have an aircraft carrier launch, recover, relaunch, etc. ten times in the same period!
There are special op teams already operating in the area and it wouldn't take very long for them to deploy anywhere in Africa.

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As far as the lack of tankers, the only reference I have is what I heard on Fox News. Next, aircraft acciers/.
We for decade maintained at least one carrier task force in the mediterranean. We do not have the assets to do that today. Again, we have only ten operation carriers. Four are deployed to places the the Arabian coast just south of the Persian Gulf. We have two in a training cycle which could respond on short notice (one to two weeks). We then have four in maintenance two of are short, less than six months) and two long, 6-12 months (reactor refueling).
Lets say you want to change your spark plugs on your car. Do you start to work on it just as soon as you return from a short time while the engine is hot or do you wait an hours? Well, reactors take a few MONTHS to cool before you can start to refuel them.
Oh, the USS Enterprise could possibly returned to service in about six months but a war can be lost in six months.
http://www.boozallen.com/media/file/carrier-g...
It would take a non-nuclear powered ship less time to be reactivated.
Just use google maps and zoom in on San Diego harbor and you'll see dozens of deactivated ships.

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