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SNAFU: Can Our Military Be Saved?

Curtis108 Wrote: Jun 24, 2014 6:45 PM
Tinds... allow me to disagree. Remember a ship called the USS Cole? The one who got hit in Aden? Ever think about why it was Aden? It was in Aden because it was unable to reach the Persian Gulf without refueling, and the Navy talked the tanker support required to refuel it safely at sea. I think the "mobile" and "reliable" portions of your post are seriously open to question.
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SNAFU: Can Our Military Be Saved?

Curtis108 Wrote: Jun 24, 2014 6:45 PM
Tinds... allow me to disagree. Remember a ship called the USS Cole? The one who got hit in Aden? Ever think about why it was Aden? It was in Aden because it was unable to reach the Persian Gulf without refueling, and the Navy talked the tanker support required to refuel it safely at sea. I think the "mobile" and "reliable" portions of your post are seriously open to question.
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SNAFU: Can Our Military Be Saved?

Curtis108 Wrote: Jun 24, 2014 6:41 PM
The fundamental problem is that the "war-fighters" are the ones that will never be allowed to be in a position to actually fight a war.
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SNAFU: Can Our Military Be Saved?

Curtis108 Wrote: Jun 24, 2014 6:39 PM
Define "harbor".
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SNAFU: Can Our Military Be Saved?

Curtis108 Wrote: Jun 24, 2014 6:36 PM
Please define "defeat", as well as "nuclear strike capability."
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SNAFU: Can Our Military Be Saved?

Curtis108 Wrote: Jun 24, 2014 6:35 PM
Piper: NEWS FLASH: the military has been a social experiment since 1950.
CommonSense: There is an inherent conflict in accounting concerning auditors of any type, namely, that the "auditor" is being paid by the "auditee." I doubt any "auditor" worth hiring is willing for forgo payment merely to provide a solid audit.
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Make Congress Vote On War

Curtis108 Wrote: Jun 24, 2014 6:20 PM
Please, prior to the arrival of such an event, define "a true emergency." Now, when the next "true emergency" arises that does not meet your definition, let us hear nothing from you...
And when they are running for office and propose actions contrary to the Constitution, what is that called?
But please also make sure to mention that in the platform Ron Paul proposed as a "constitutionalist," 13 of the 15 actions he claimed he would take are, in fact, outside the powers of the office for which he was running.
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Patently Absurd Activism on 'Redskins'

Curtis108 Wrote: Jun 20, 2014 2:58 PM
Flattus...when this episode of this controversy started, some artist produced a new logo for the team, featuring a red potato in place of the Indian / Native American / Indigenous Offended Person / Displaced Ancient Asiatic. Had I the power, I would introduce the new logo and let the fun continue!
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