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The President that just sent the Aircraft Carrier Reagan to Japan says don’t cut PBS, cut….Defense spending

11 Mar

Because of the humanitarian relief an aircraft carrier group can provide, like air lifts, hospital facilities, food and water, unlike some, I support using our resources to assist our allies in Japan after the devastating earthquakes and tsunamis. So does Obama, apparently, as he sent the Reagan (without mentioning the name, btw) to the scene to provide such assistance.

In the same press conference, however, he said we shouldn’t be looking to defund Headstart (welfare) and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (leftist government propaganda machine), but should be looking at cuts to Defense. He enjoys using Defense for his benefit but doesn’t wish to fully fund it.

This press conference was a disaster with lies, deflection and a media uninterested in exploring the defeat of the Community Organizers in Wisconsin yesterday. He outright lied about Oil production having increased during his tenure.

A journey through the ocean of his soul would not get your feet wet.

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6 Comments

Posted by on March 11, 2011 in politics

 

6 responses to “The President that just sent the Aircraft Carrier Reagan to Japan says don’t cut PBS, cut….Defense spending

  1. tzopilotl

    March 11, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    …a journey through yours would be a squelching of used teabags. defense sucks up so much loot and is not worth
    the price of situation pins on a world map where the
    hyperventilating military and diplos are manhandling
    another fiasco for the taxpayer whereby we pay for both
    sides of an illegal intervention for another decade
    with borrowed money while recruiting falstaffs search
    skid row for more arab BBQ.

     
    • P. Henry Saddleburr

      March 11, 2011 at 6:53 pm

      Tells you what, tzopilot, tell Hillary and Obama to back off of the Libya flotilla and we’ll call it even. Obviously neither have the stomach for doing anything meaningful. As well we shouldn’t.

      I disagree with the Bush policy of Democracy building.

      No question that Defense wastes money and needs a fixing, but when push comes to shove, the utterly useless leftist projects are always defended in spite of their proven uselessness.

      All politicos suck. Democrats and leftists just suck at a higher velocity.

       
  2. tzopilotl

    March 11, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    …, yeah, they’re all looking for balance, being a clown
    myself, i like to pop pomp’s balloon with my lapel pin
    just to see the rubes jump in the seats they paid too
    much for. maybe i have comic book expectations for
    america, after all, i grew up reading the funnies,
    those fortnight tales of daring-do, ah, forthright tales.
    instead of taking out qadfly, i’d like to see a combined
    anglo-ammy force surprise the mugabwe in zimbabwe
    as he’s coming out of the jakes, not going in, as he’s
    so full of sheist the fallout would go on for years.
    surprise is what life is all about, there’s not enough
    of it, and you can’t rely on the pollys because, unlike
    einstein, they only know how to subtract. the day a
    poll-tick adds the universe will end. pick any 2 numbers
    and you’ll see what i mean. in case i’m wrong, don’t
    bother to pay your bills this month.

     
  3. Saddlesore

    March 12, 2011 at 10:35 am

    When the President is sworn in, he takes an oath to defend the country from its enemies, both foreign and domestic. That is his highest responsibility. He does not take an oath to fund leftist propoganda on NPR or pay for unwise high speed trains.

    Whatever ones opinion about what should be done in Libya and the mideast, a strong defense capability is an advantage. In a dangerous world is it better to be strong or weak?

     
  4. tzopilotl

    March 13, 2011 at 9:27 am

    …i think it’s better to be weak like a bamboo hut
    in a hurricane or tsunami, rebuilding is so much
    easier. military strength is useless in the light of
    egypt and japan. our objectives in the mideast
    were met by wiki leaks not our expensive blunder-
    bluss of an army for whom our beserk diplomacy
    roves the world in search of victims, and when we
    don’t find one we throw the blanket of terrorism
    over our heads and play hallowe’en on capitol hill.

     
    • Saddlesore

      March 13, 2011 at 10:17 am

      Rather than be weak like a bamboo hut, I think it is better to have a structure that can weather the storm. Just saying….

       

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