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Here is another group of Libtards. Hey guys, it is an Aircraft Carrier, not a "flat-top destroyer"!!!
Sure it is to small for conventional jet fighter planes to operate off of but it is the size of WWII AIRCRAFT CARRIERS!!!
Liberals think if they call it something different, it will become what they call it. Like the Affordable Care Act which is anything but affordable!!!
Japan unveils largest warship since World War II
Eric Talmadge, Associated Press 6 hours ago
YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP)-- Japan on Tuesday unveiled its biggest warship since World War II, a huge flat-top destroyer that has raised eyebrows in China and elsewhere because it bears a strong resemblance to a conventional aircraft carrier.
The ship, which has a flight deck that is nearly 250 meters (820 feet) long, is designed to carry up to 14 helicopters. Japanese officials say it will be used in national defense — particularly in anti-submarine warfare and border-area surveillance missions — and to bolster the nation's ability to transport personnel and supplies in response to large-scale natural disasters, like the devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
Though the ship — dubbed "Izumo" — has been in the works since 2009, its unveiling comes as Japan and China are locked in a dispute over several small islands located between southern Japan and Taiwan. For months, ships from both countries have been conducting patrols around the isles, called the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyutai in China.
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Again you reveal your total ignorance of things political, treaties, things foreign and "language".
Japan pledged not to develop anything but a domestic military after WWII. This they did on their own volition.
Things are heating up now in Asia and many surrounding countries are staking claims on oil and mineral rights that Japan also covets. Add North Korea as a menace. As it cannot truly re-arm, Japan has increased its squadrons of F-15s, foir example, patrol aircraft, etc, claiming they need more for the country's protection. Now it's an aircraft carrier called a flat top destroyer. The Japanese know darn well the difference between a carrier and a destroyer. But they are calling it that so as not to be accused of building and floating an aircraft carrier which otherwise would clearly violate its pledge on re-armament. I believe that article is also enshrined in their Constitution which was approved by Gen McArthur and President Truman.
Stay out of foreign politics, Rogue, not your bag. Come to think of it, neither is US politics for that matter LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).
Well, I know at least as much as you do on political subjects and far more than you do about military subjects. My point being calling the Sun the Moon will not make it the Moon.
And aircraft carrier is NOT a destroyer! If their law says they should not have any ship larger than a destroyer but they need a larger ship that has a different mission, just change the friggin' law!
Tell me, does the U.S. have a "destroyer that weighs 19,000+ tons? NO!!! The Arleigh Burks weigh less than half that weight.
And Arleigh Burk can carry only TWO H-60 Seahawks whereas the Japanese "flat-top destroyers" can carry 14 helicopters (I am sure they are talking about medium sized helicopters like our Seahawks).

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Oh, in 1963 when I was twelve years old I could tell you all about the YOH-4, YOH-5 and the YOH-6. Yes, all saw all three of them side by side and I knew that they all had Allison 250 engines.
In 1968 I knew all about the YUH-60, YUH-61, YCH-62, YAH-63 and the YAH-64 and I knew that the GE T70 engines was going in all of them (except for the YCH-62 which would have had Allison T701 engines)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Boeing_XCH-...
Oh, the only YCH-62 air-frame was at the Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker until about fifteen years ago when the "post commander" had it destroyed. And when Boeing and Congress found out, he got his butt kicked!
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Last time I checked the law passed constitutional muster. Mr. Play Justice is the ignorant fool. Play Law doesn't count.
Yes, wouldn't you love to know how much it took to buy him off? What's your running debit now? LMAO! I'm not the one who has been conned over and over! LMAO! That in itself tells us all we need to know about you.

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It took me a while to find it but here is my point.

The Taming of The Shrew link
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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Japan unveils largest warship since World War II
Eric Talmadge, Associated Press 6 hours ago
YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP)-- Japan on Tuesday unveiled its biggest warship since World War II, a huge flat-top destroyer that has raised eyebrows in China and elsewhere because it bears a strong resemblance to a conventional aircraft carrier.
The ship, which has a flight deck that is nearly 250 meters (820 feet) long, is designed to carry up to 14 helicopters. Japanese officials say it will be used in national defense — particularly in anti-submarine warfare and border-area surveillance missions — and to bolster the nation's ability to transport personnel and supplies in response to large-scale natural disasters, like the devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
Though the ship — dubbed "Izumo" — has been in the works since 2009, its unveiling comes as Japan and China are locked in a dispute over several small islands located between southern Japan and Taiwan. For months, ships from both countries have been conducting patrols around the isles, called the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyutai in China.
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Well, I know at least as much as you do on political subjects and far more than you do about military subjects. My point being calling the Sun the Moon will not make it the Moon.
And aircraft carrier is NOT a destroyer! If their law says they should not have any ship larger than a destroyer but they need a larger ship that has a different mission, just change the friggin' law!
Tell me, does the U.S. have a "destroyer that weighs 19,000+ tons? NO!!! The Arleigh Burks weigh less than half that weight.
And Arleigh Burk can carry only TWO H-60 Seahawks whereas the Japanese "flat-top destroyers" can carry 14 helicopters (I am sure they are talking about medium sized helicopters like our Seahawks).
It's not a law, it's the constitution! And yes, you don't know politics and yes I don't know as much about driving a helicopter or plane as you do, I concede that, but I know as much or more about the military in general as you do, without for example knowing all the idiotic military acronyms which I never liked and refused to memorize.

Read article 9 of the Japanese Constitution :

Article 9

Japan Self-Defense Forces

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In theory, Japan's rearmament is prohibited by Article 9 of the Japanese constitution, which states:

"Aspiring sincerely to an international peace based on justice and order, the Japanese people forever renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation and the threat or use of force as means of settling international disputes.(2) To accomplish the aim of the preceding paragraph, land, sea, and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained. The right of belligerency of the state will not be recognized."

However, in practice the Diet,(or Parliament), which Article 41 of the Constitution defines as "the highest organ of the state power", established the Self-Defense Forces in 1954. Although they are equipped as a conventional military force, they are, by law, an extension of the police, created solely to ensure national security. Due to the constitutional debate concerning the Forces' status, any attempt at increasing the Forces' capabilities and budget tends to be controversial. Thus the JSDF's capabilities are mainly defensive, with only limited overseas capabilities. The JSDF lacks offensive capabilities such as aircraft carriers, long-range surface-to-surface missiles, ballistic missiles, strategic bombers,[18] marines, amphibious units, and large caches of ammunition. The Rules of Engagement are strictly defined by the Self-Defence Forces Act 1954.

Hope it's ok,I had to delete your 1st 7 lines,otherwise no room to stuff the Japanese constitution down your throat.Get it now,and why the "language" has to be specially-adapted? Called diplomacy.

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It took me a while to find it but here is my point.
The Taming of The Shrew link
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Wasted your time, Rogue. You see, it is whatever Petruchio says it is, and Japan IS Petruchio. Case closed, Kate.

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Yes, wouldn't you love to know how much it took to buy him off? What's your running debit now? LMAO! I'm not the one who has been conned over and over! LMAO! That in itself tells us all we need to know about you.
You got to know when to hold 'em......Know when to fold 'em.......HEE HEE HEE
Sorry to butt in, but I'm curious. Would you mind naming who was bought off and your unimpeachable source please? I hope it's not deleted like that last one which you were finally able to post, confirming what I had stated about gun deaths. Ooookay, let's have the name and evidence. Thank you.

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Correction, believing that a fraudulent birth certificate is proof of a Hawaiian birth, along with 2 newspaper announcements that are NOT direct proof of a Hawaiian birth either, is insane idiocy!
Why do you continue to believe a known fraud and LIAR like Obama?
You are the epitome of nutty!
Yep, I'm SMellen1!
You don't believe Obama when he tells you that he was born a British citizen, and that he was born in Kenya, yet you believe that a fraudulent document proves what you believe to be true???
You are a spectacular example of a SHEEPLE, no wonder I'm SMellen1!
Believing that the BC is fraudulent when DOH has the original vital record on file stating birth in Kapiolani Hospital and the name of delivering physician is lunacy. It is also lunacy to think that the birth announcement which originated from DOH in 1961 was fraudulent. There was no motive for fraud because if Obama had been born in Kenya he would have been eligible for immediate naturalization in the US per federal law.

Duh!
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Sorry to butt in, but I'm curious. Would you mind naming who was bought off and your unimpeachable source please? I hope it's not deleted like that last one which you were finally able to post, confirming what I had stated about gun deaths. Ooookay, let's have the name and evidence. Thank you.
It wasn't the same link, Path. In your wildest dreams, who do you think I might be referring to? Did you ever learn how England records their murders? Probably not, which is why you're still in the dark! So be it. LMAO!
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A Birfoon fantasizing that he knows more about the Constitution and rule if law than CJ Roberts. Will the surprises never end?
Alas, the "PINK TWINK" repeats himself yet again! mumble-drool, mumble-drool, mumble-drool.....

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Hey Jacqueau, you still do not get it. Here in America you can put a sign up with nothing but French in it! Italian, okay! Chinese, super! But in Quebec, if you put any sign up in must be in French and if there is another language, the word must be half the size.
And since that is Quebec's law, at least half of the population has to agree with it and that mean at least half your population are BIGOTS!
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<quoted text>Alas, the "PINK TWINK" repeats himself yet again! mumble-drool, mumble-drool, mumble-drool.....
Taking English composition lessons from Jercque now Romper?

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And as Hawaiian is an official language, they HAVE to administer the test in that language. Funny how defenders of the constitution like Rogue, when it suits them, can just chuck it aside and voice his criticism on someone ascertaining his first constitutional rights. It's what birthers do.
Rogue concluded that Mr. Anthony must be a liberal because he insisted on the State following the rule of law. Rethugs insist on enforcing only laws they personally approve of.
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Taking English composition lessons from Jercque now Romper?
With his lisp? Are you kidding?

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Yes, wouldn't you love to know how much it took to buy him off? What's your running debit now? LMAO! I'm not the one who has been conned over and over! LMAO! That in itself tells us all we need to know about you.
You got to know when to hold 'em......Know when to fold 'em.......HEE HEE HEE
The two-year-old cries foul whenever he cannot get his way.

Grow up and learn to respect the rule of law.
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Last time I checked the law passed constitutional muster. Mr. Play Justice is the ignorant fool. Play Law doesn't count.
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Rogue concluded that Mr. Anthony must be a liberal because he insisted on the State following the rule of law. Rethugs insist on enforcing only laws they personally approve of.
So, how much are you out? LMAO!!!

*Make sure you get some Pen before you leave!

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It's not a law, it's the constitution! And yes, you don't know politics and yes I don't know as much about driving a helicopter or plane as you do, I concede that, but I know as much or more about the military in general as you do, without for example knowing all the idiotic military acronyms which I never liked and refused to memorize.
Read article 9 of the Japanese Constitution :
Article 9
Japan Self-Defense Forces
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In theory, Japan's rearmament is prohibited by Article 9 of the Japanese constitution, which states:
"Aspiring sincerely to an international peace based on justice and order, the Japanese people forever renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation and the threat or use of force as means of settling international disputes.(2) To accomplish the aim of the preceding paragraph, land, sea, and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained. The right of belligerency of the state will not be recognized."
However, in practice the Diet,(or Parliament), which Article 41 of the Constitution defines as "the highest organ of the state power", established the Self-Defense Forces in 1954. Although they are equipped as a conventional military force, they are, by law, an extension of the police, created solely to ensure national security. Due to the constitutional debate concerning the Forces' status, any attempt at increasing the Forces' capabilities and budget tends to be controversial. Thus the JSDF's capabilities are mainly defensive, with only limited overseas capabilities. The JSDF lacks offensive capabilities such as aircraft carriers, long-range surface-to-surface missiles, ballistic missiles, strategic bombers,[18] marines, amphibious units, and large caches of ammunition. The Rules of Engagement are strictly defined by the Self-Defence Forces Act 1954.
Hope it's ok,I had to delete your 1st 7 lines,otherwise no room to stuff the Japanese constitution down your throat.Get it now,and why the "language" has to be specially-adapted? Called diplomacy.
That part in the Japanese constitution renouncing war was imposed by the US. As such it isn't worth much as it was not the will of the Japanese people.

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Hey Jacqueau, you still do not get it. Here in America you can put a sign up with nothing but French in it! Italian, okay! Chinese, super! But in Quebec, if you put any sign up in must be in French and if there is another language, the word must be half the size.
And since that is Quebec's law, at least half of the population has to agree with it and that mean at least half your population are BIGOTS!
Mr. Pot calls the kettle black.
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I brought this up a few days ago. Turboprop aircraft are slower than jets but they are more fuel efficient. Sense the cost of fuel is high, people are buying more turboprop aircraft and fewer jets.
Piston aircraft are steady.
Economics 101
General aviation deliveries pick up despite biz jet lag / Aug 5, 2013
Daniel McCoy
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Wichita Business Journal
Deliveries of general aviation aircraft worldwide increased in the first half of 2013, up 8.9 percent to 1,014, from 931 in the first half last year.
However, according to a report from the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, deliveries of business jets dropped from 295 to 283 in the same period.
The delivery numbers were buoyed by a 70.6 percent increase in the sale of multiengine turboprops, to 58.
Deliveries of piston aircraft rose 16.1 percent to 455, and single-engine turboprops increased 3.8 percent to 218.
Total billings for all models rose 26.4 percent to $10.4 billion year over year.
GAMA says it's the first time since 2008 that industry revenues have exceeded $10 billion for the first six months of a year.
http://www.bizjournals.com/wichita/news/2013/...
Troops In Iraq Get High Tech Noisemaker
http://tinyurl.com/r5fck / March 3, 2004
NEW YORK - U.S. soldiers in Iraq have new gear for dispersing hostile crowds and warding off potential enemy combatants. It blasts earsplitting noise in a directed beam.
The equipment, called a Long Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD, is a so-called "non-lethal weapon" developed after the 2000 attack on the USS Cole off Yemen as a way to keep operators of small boats from approaching U.S. warships.
The devices have been used on some U.S. ships since last summer as part of a suite of protection measures.
Now, the Army and Marines have added this auditory barrage dispenser to their arms ensembles. Troops in Fallujah, a center of insurgency west of Baghdad, and other areas of central Iraq in particular often deal with crowds in which lethal foes intermingle with non-hostile civilians.
The developer of the LRAD, American Technology Corp. of San Diego, recently got a $1.1 million contract from the U.S. Marine Corps to buy the gadgets for units deployed to Iraq. The Army also sent LRADs to Iraq to test on vehicles.
http://www.military.com/NewsContent/0,13319,F...

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The Pentagon's Ray Gun
David Martin Reports On A Non-Lethal Weapon Straight Out Of Buck Rogers
June 1, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/2f7wa5

What if we told you the Pentagon has a ray gun? And what if we told you it can stop a person in his tracks without killing or even injuring him? Well, it’s true. You can’t see it, you can't hear it, but as CBS News correspondent David Martin experienced first hand, you can feel it.

Pentagon officials call it a major breakthrough which could change the rules of war and save huge numbers of lives in Iraq. But it's still not there. That because in the middle of a war, the military just can't bring itself to trust a weapon that doesn't kill.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/02/29/60m...
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The two-year-old cries foul whenever he cannot get his way.
Grow up and learn to respect the rule of law.
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Last time I checked the Feds didn't have the authority to force anyone to buy anything. THAT'S WHY IT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL. Get it, Spanky? Been scratching yourself a lot lately? Uh-oh! LMAO!!!

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