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Since: Apr 09

Elmont, Long Island NY

#168861 Aug 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Stop, stop, stop with your loony-left propaganda. You trot out some pervert and think he is some sort of expert.
And your opinion on the way to fight a war is not to fight it. Well, all that that does is encourage our enemies.
How many B-36s made actual combat missions? NONE! It was called the Peacemaker and it did it's job which was to discourage our enemies.
There should be only one think happen when we are attacked, Retribution should be sure, swift and sever and to do anything else is stupid. So, what have we done about Ben Ghazi? By doing nothing, our enemies are embolden.
and when did Iraq attack us again??? well except for the USS Stark during the Reagan administration.

and what about Benghazi?? first we have to identify who was responsible, we are pretty sure it wasn't the Libyan gov't. so who would you have us attack?

I'm guessing Hezbollah was pretty emboldened when Reagan let the bombing of the Marine Barracks and embassy go unanswered. In fact they were so emboldened, Reagan went into business with them. They would kidnapped an American in Lebanon, we would sell arms and munitions to Iran they would release their captive. then repeat cycle.

Since: Apr 09

Elmont, Long Island NY

#168862 Aug 24, 2013
Karma is a_______ wrote:
<quoted text>

if the B-2 is so great, why did the Air Force use F-111 for the raid of Libya during Reagan's administration???
meant to say

if the B-1 is so great, why did the Air Force use F-111 for the raid of Libya during Reagan's administration???
Democracynow org

West Sayville, NY

#168863 Aug 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
And he had more of his laws overturned by the USSC than any other president. And his biggest loss was the NRA!
FDR implemented laws that benefitted 99% of average Americans.

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Yemen Signs $ 1.2 Billion Weapons Deal;
Offer Privileges to Russian Navy Fighting Pirates
10, April, 2010 / http://tinyurl.com/mp9q6wg
In his 4th visit to Russia, President Ali Abdullah Saleh showedinterest in more intensive trade, military and economic cooperation between Yemen and Russia, especially in the fields of oil, gas and military armament.
President Saleh also discussed the possibility for canceling Yemen’s debts it owes to Russia, mounting to $6.7 billion, in return for granting Russian companies especially those specialized in construction, oil and gas production privileges to work in Yemen.
Media sources revealed that Saleh has a package of grand civil projects where Russian companies can take part in. He also seeks to sign larger deals of weapons and hardware maintenance with Russia.
According to experts, the deals included paying for an undefined number of Russian fighters MiG-29 as well as other military hardware and spare parts for the weapons imported from Russia in the past.
http://yemenpost.net/Detail123456789.aspx...
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#168864 Aug 24, 2013
Democracynow org wrote:
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Yesterday Obama admitted that Obamacare was a Republican healthcare plan and said so proudly and with authority.
It is shameful for a Democratic President to pass a Republican health care bill.
IMO.
Nah, the OComaCare Bill, which was written by Dims, behind locked doors (I understand why now) in the middle of the night, will always be Obobblehead's legacy and his alone. That catastrophe is all his!
Democracynow org

West Sayville, NY

#168865 Aug 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
And he had more of his laws overturned by the USSC than any other president. And his biggest loss was the NRA!
Did you just make this up or is it something you learned from Professor Limbaugh?

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Radio chip coming soon to your driver's license?
Homeland Security seeks next-generation REAL ID
February 28, 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/7d6sls3
http://www.wnd.com/2009/02/90008/

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168866 Aug 24, 2013
Democracynow org wrote:
<quoted text>
There is a right way to fight and a wrong way to fight.
Chicken Hawks like Bush, Cheney, and Limbaugh could not fight their way out of a paper bag.
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http://tinyurl.com/28ubsjy
And LBJ knew how to? When did we mine Haiphong Harbor? 1972 by Richard Nixon. If we had done that in 1962, we would have won the war because N. Vietnam got almost of of their supplies through there.
And if Truman had listened to MacArthur in 1951, we would not still be at War with North Korea!
Democracynow org

West Sayville, NY

#168867 Aug 24, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Nah, the OComaCare Bill, which was written by Dims, behind locked doors (I understand why now) in the middle of the night, will always be Obobblehead's legacy and his alone. That catastrophe is all his!
I agree with one little tweak.

The HMOs/Pharma wrote the legislation which was signed into law by Obama.

Billy Tauzin was Bush/Cheney main man in the House.

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Watchdog Group Sues for Disclosure of White House Meetings with Healthcare Execs / July 23, 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/mby2t4
I want to just talk about some of the names, as they’ve released this, naming some of the healthcare executives who have made multiple trips to the Obama White House.
Richard Umbdenstock, the president of the American Hospital Association, has visited the White House eight times since Obama took office, beginning on February 3rd, two weeks after Obama’s inauguration.
Former Congressman Billy Tauzin has visited five times, now head of the drug industry lobby, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, known as PhRMA.
Dr. James Rohack, president-elect of the American Medical Association, has visited four times, as has Karen Ignagni, president and CEO of America’s Health Insurance Plans, an industry trade group.
Other healthcare executives who have made multiple visits to the Obama White House include Jeffrey Kindler, CEO of drugmaker Pfizer; Stephen Hemsley, chief executive of UnitedHealth Group; George Halvorson, head of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan; Richard Clark, CEO of the Merck pharmaceutical company; Jay Gellert, CEO of Health Net; and Rick Smith, senior vice president of PhRMA, which Billy Tauzin heads.
http://www.democracynow.org/2009/7/23/watchdo...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168868 Aug 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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And he had more of his laws overturned by the USSC than any other president. And his biggest loss was the NRA!
Democracynow org wrote:
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FDR implemented laws that benefitted 99% of average Americans.
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99% of all Americans? What was the unemployment rate FIVE YEARS after FDR entered office???
By 1938 Eutope was out of the Depression but not America!
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#168869 Aug 24, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
Well now Mr. Liars, why don’t you amuse the thread by connecting the dots and explain how a law enacted in 1982 could possibly have any relevance to a birth registered 1961.
I’ll save you the trouble.
The answer is nada, zilch, none.
Born at Kapiolani hospital and registered 4 days later. There was no delay.
Laws are enacted for a reason, not on a whim. Does that confuse you poops? Or are you just angry because I don't buy the BS? Hey, don't worry poops, you'll be fooled again. Relax and let it happen. LMAO!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168870 Aug 24, 2013
Democracynow org thinks it is great that more Americans are on welfare, food stamps, Obama Phones, etc. than ever before while 17% of Americans are either unemployed or underemployed.
Seven out of eight jobs created during Obama's administration are .... part time jobs.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168871 Aug 24, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Nah, the OComaCare Bill, which was written by Dims, behind locked doors (I understand why now) in the middle of the night, will always be Obobblehead's legacy and his alone. That catastrophe is all his!
It was in the "din of night" (John F-up Kerry)
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#168872 Aug 24, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
What part you're not abiding by? How about those three punk murderers (the old vet)? You said they should be shot, thereby denying them their constitutional rights which presumes innocence until proven guilty. Who are you to deny even the lowest kind of accused his/her constitutional rights? But when it comes to guns, you wave the 2nd amendment high. When it comes to Obama's eligibility, you wave it even higher. Hypocrite, holier-than-thou loser. You do like having it both ways, don't you? As to your saying the U.S. Constitution is the best, don't expect me to find the numerous times you've claimed it. Let's save time, loser. Is it the best Constitution in the world? And if so, why won't you abide by it?
Path, you made the accusation, can you back it up or not? If not, then STFU. Any questions?

Since: Apr 09

Elmont, Long Island NY

#168873 Aug 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
And LBJ knew how to? When did we mine Haiphong Harbor? 1972 by Richard Nixon. If we had done that in 1962, we would have won the war because N. Vietnam got almost of of their supplies through there.
And if Truman had listened to MacArthur in 1951, we would not still be at War with North Korea!
MacArthur didn't listen to his own intelligence people and lost the 7th Infantry division and almost lost the 1st Marine Division.

or are you talking about nuking Red China????

we would have lost Nam no matter what. They were going to fight on for however long it took.

Nixon even admitted Vietnam was a lost cause....its on one of those tapes he made. it was a conversation with Kissinger that they admitted it. In fact they made a deal with the North Vietnamese in Paris, that the U.S. would pull out and the North wouldn't attack the south for a year. The deal allowed Nixon to start pulling out troop prior to the 72 election. They did it to win the election.

Kennedy was the only smart one when it came to Nam, he did not want us to get involved and was planning on pulling out all of our advisers.

LBJ and McNamara should have been impeached for the false flag operation, the firing on a USS Maddox and the Gulf of Tonkin incident NEVER HAPPENED

Had we lived up to the agreement we made with Uncle Ho during WWII, everybody would have been better off and Vietnam would probably be a democratic CAPITALISTIC country by now

“zero nuclear weapons”

Since: Sep 08

Perryville

#168874 Aug 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
So Einstein lied? Do you know how God keeps time? I seriously doubt He uses Earth time.
Einstein wasa brilliant theoretical physicist but not in astromeny

Until recently, astronomers estimated that the Big Bang occurred between 12 and 14 billion years ago. To put this in perspective, the Solar System is thought to be 4.5 billion years old and humans have existed as a genus for only a few million years. Astronomers estimate the age of the universe in two ways: 1) by looking for the oldest stars; and 2) by measuring the rate of expansion of the universe and extrapolating back to the Big Bang; just as crime detectives can trace the origin of a bullet from the holes in a wall

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168875 Aug 24, 2013
Karma is a_______ wrote:
<quoted text>
and when did Iraq attack us again??? well except for the USS Stark during the Reagan administration.
and what about Benghazi?? first we have to identify who was responsible, we are pretty sure it wasn't the Libyan gov't. so who would you have us attack?
I'm guessing Hezbollah was pretty emboldened when Reagan let the bombing of the Marine Barracks and embassy go unanswered. In fact they were so emboldened, Reagan went into business with them. They would kidnapped an American in Lebanon, we would sell arms and munitions to Iran they would release their captive. then repeat cycle.
Ever hear of the USS New Jersey! Oh, why were we supporting Iran in 1983? Have you ever heard of the Algiers Accord of 1981?
http://www.parstimes.com/history/algiers_acco...
How come you Libtards will never talk about the Algiers Accords of 1981. Is it because it was done under Jimmy Carter's watch.
Oh, back to Iran, they were at war with Iraq and we did not want either side to win. And neither side did, did they?!?
Oh Iraq attacked our friends in Kuwait and threatened to close the Persian Gulf.
And the people who attacked Ben Ghazi have been identified but Obama does not want the truth to come out so he will give them a pass.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168876 Aug 24, 2013
Karma is a_______ wrote:
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<quoted text>
NORFOLK, Va.(AP)— The world's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier was retired from active service on Saturday, temporarily reducing the number of carriers in the U.S. fleet to 10 until 2015.
The USS Enterprise ended its notable 51-year career during a ceremony at its home port at Naval Station Norfolk, where thousands of former crew members, ship builders and their families lined a pier to bid farewell to one of the most decorated ships in the Navy
t was only designed to last 25 years, but underwent a series of upgrades to extend its life, making it the oldest active combat vessel in the fleet
maybe the fact that it was 51 years old and was designed to last only 25 years had something to do with its retirement
<quoted text>
knowing that the price of energy is only going to go up and that eventually we will have to reduce our carbon foot print, investing in other alternative energy sources is a pretty wise move.
did you know that the military is looking into the effects of global warming and what those effects will have on global security-and possible responses
you will have to fill me in on the wild life study so I can look it up
Ah, but you still have not explained why he took it out of service before our next air craft carrier was finished? It is nuclear powered and therefore has a small carbon foot print.
Oh, why does the USS Enterprise have EIGHT nuclear reactors while all the rest have just two? I know the correct answer!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168877 Aug 24, 2013
The USS Enterprise was based on the Kittyhawk class carriers which had EIGHT boilers. And it just so happened that the submarine reactors would fit in the same space as each of the boilers. It worked well and they decided to make all future carriers nuclear but thought they could save money and space by reducing the number to two larger reactors.
Oh yes, a lot of our ships are kept in service far longer than they envisioned. Look at the B-52 and the CH-47 Chinooks. We have B-52s that have been in service for 50 years now and the same goes for the Chinooks. CH-47As are now flying as CH-47D/E/Fs.
Oh, I have flown A-model TH-55s, A-model Hueys (UH-1, A-model Kiowas (OH-58) and A-model Chinooks!
I never flew the D-model Chinooks. I had two friend die in preventable accident in D-models and when I had only a year and a half before I retired, I went back to the Hueys.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168878 Aug 24, 2013
I was at Fort Sill, OK from 1982 until 1985 flying B-model Chinooks. While flying I would practice my emergency procedures in my head and every time I flew between Fort Worth, TX and Fort Sill, OK I would think about a number-two engine failure with a fire near the town of Rhome, TX and it bothered me.
As I left for Germany the unit converted to D-models and a year later one of them crashed near Rhome, TX. The drive shaft to number-two engine failed and the engine overspeed and compressor blew out sideways.
The turbines cuts through the side of the aircraft cutting the cross over fuel line which caused a major fire in the aft pylon.
Just as the aircraft was landing the flight controls burned through and the aircraft flipped killing half of the 20 persons on board to include CW4 Scott Temple.
Shortly thereafter ALL models of Chinooks had the aluminum flight control tubes replace with stainless steel one.
Oh, the Army knew they had problems with the engine drive shafts and did nothing!

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#168879 Aug 24, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Notice line 23 - Evidence for delayed filing or alterations -
http://alohareporter.com/2010/03/18/hawaii-co ...
Description of HRS 338-17.8
http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/hrscurrent/vol0 ...
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Oh wow, a civil servant left out an "i" and that makes the whole document a fraudulent document.
http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/6085-Kalani...
No Rogue, what makes the whole document fraudulent is the addition of a 1982 statute that obviously wasn’t obtainable in 1961.

But how would a birfoon know that?

The answer of course is he wouldn’t because he’s a birfoon.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168880 Aug 24, 2013
Yep, OSHA caused the worlds deadliest helicopter crash. When the Army was overhauling the Chinook transmissions they would sand blast the insides of the gear boxed with ground up walnut shells impregnated with jewelers rouge. And then they used 2,000 psi air pressure to blow out the blasting compound. The OSHA said that was to high and said the Army could use 120 psi air pressure.
The result was that some of the polishing compound was left and clogged up oil jets which lubricated the insides. Shortly there after they had several gear boxes fail on the ground. The aircraft were damaged but no fatalities.
And then on 9/11/1982 this happened, Thank you OSHA

http://www.chinook-helicopter.com/history/air...

Only after that crash did the Army ground the fleet.

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