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Unspeakable Suffering in North Korea

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 19, 2014 10:53 AM
Problem is you need to find a way to instantaneously and simultaneously take out ALL of those long range artillery pieces aiming their death and destruction at Seoul. One way would be a couple or maybe a few carefully calculated tactical nuclear air bursts over the area of North Korea just above the demilitarized zone. A technically difficult but I believe doable task. Just got to have the testicular fortitude to make it happen.
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Another Galling Betrayal

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 18, 2014 6:12 AM
We did NOT bomb North Vietnam "into the stone age". That is a foolish fallacy. We could have but the politicians - namely Lyndon B. Johnson - sat Washington choosing the targets and he put all the appropriate targets off limits to American air power, both Air Force and Navy air power. This what will always happen when the politicians reject virtually all of the advice of the professional military leaders. It is no coincidence that there have been more Generals and Admirals leave the service during this Obama Administration than there have been in any previous administration. They either resign or retire in disgust or are forced out. A really sad state of affairs.
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T.J. Oshie: 'The Real Heroes Wear Camo'

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 16, 2014 6:25 AM
Exactly. Never respond directly to these trolls. Just Flag their posts and roll on by.
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A New Assault on Freedom of the Press

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 13, 2014 10:27 AM
As I read that provision of the Constitution, it does give the Houses of Congress the power, without limitation, to make their own rules. Now if they were to make a rule that would be a violation of some other provision of the Constitution, it would be up to the Black Robed Oligarchs of the Supreme Court to make a determination as to which provision of the Constitution would prevail. See if you can find any provision in the Constitution whereby all of the members of both Houses MUST be given unlimited access to classified national security information. Don't believe you will find such a thing. Heck, back in the days when I got my Top Secret clearance, Barack Obama couldn't have even gotten into the military, never mind being granted any kind of security clearance.
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A New Assault on Freedom of the Press

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 13, 2014 10:20 AM
But that simple typo does have a ring of truth too it. We do have a "rouge (as in red) government don't you think.
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A New Assault on Freedom of the Press

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 13, 2014 10:07 AM
Why shouldn't a journalist ask the simple question: "Is this information classified?" Then the journalist could make an honest judgment as to whether he or she should make that information public or not.
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A New Assault on Freedom of the Press

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 13, 2014 10:04 AM
The good judge Napolitano conveniently ignores the Constitutional provision that allows the House and the Senate to make their own rules regarding how they do their, and so the country's, business. If the House and Senate have determined that only 12 of their 535 members will have routine access to the country's most sensitive national security classified information, then that's the way it has to be. It is an indisputable fact that as the number of people who know a secret increases, the likelihood of that secret being disclosed increases exponentially. I can just off the top of my head think of at least a couple of dozen members of the House and Senate who I would not trust with ANY kind of national security secret, regardless of any oath they may take to the contrary.
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Totalitarians and TEKEs

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 11, 2014 5:44 AM
Go get 'em, Mike. The outright arrogance of these secular progressive anal orifices is breathtaking. Saying they are drunk on their own power is a gross understatement. Your calling them to task is precisely what needs to be done. Expose them for what they are and hold them legally responsible for their malfeasance. Getting them where it will hurt them the most - in their personal pocketbooks - is the best way to put a stop to this kind of stuff. Get them fired and make it difficult if not impossible for them to get another job in any capacity in any educational institution is the necessary outcome.
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Republicans to the Rescue?

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 04, 2014 6:46 AM
Right - that'll get it done. Can't you remember the results such thinking got us in Nevada, Delaware, Missouri, and Indiana? All four of those states should have elected Republican Senators, but thanks to your way of thinking, they all have Democrat Senators. Most disasterous of these is the fact that Harry Reid is still in the Senate stonewalling every Republican legislative initiative. Tea Party insistence on Conservative ideological purity will again prevent Republicans from taking control of the Senate - putting a huge smile on the face of Barack Zerobama.
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NH Poll: Shaheen: 44; Brown: 44

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 01, 2014 3:40 PM
And the Mainiacs stole that term from New Hampshireites.
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NH Poll: Shaheen: 44; Brown: 44

Rocky55 Wrote: Feb 01, 2014 7:18 AM
Born and raised in Massachusetts. Left at the age of 18 to never go back. Retired from the Air Force in 1989 and lived in NH for the next 18 years. Sold my house in NH to a Masshole in 2007 just before the real estate crash and moved to western North Carolina where I live in the most Conservative House district in the state. Still watch NH politics from here.
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