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Old February 6th, 2017, 01:04 PM   #61
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I'd like to know, what's wrong with not just a temporary ban but, a drastic drop in the number of immigrants entering this country. We are fast reaching an unsustainable saturation point.
there's nothing wrong with it, the liberals just want something to bitch about. it will be something else next week.
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Stealing? Naww, I would have just called it reparations for all the expense the US Navy has keeping those cocksuckers from blockading the shipping lanes. But, hey, how convenient we bribed them with "money owed" for a UN treaty that lets them test fire ballistic missiles, capable of lifting a nuclear payload. At the same time, scouts honor, they are not building any nukes. But, hey remember kids, you have to give Iran a 30 day notice before you "inspect" their facilities. Trump was right. What a load of fuckery for a deal. Thanks Obummer
24 days....
First of all, there's no 24-day notice for inspection. Under the accord, all of Iran's known or declared nuclear sites are under permanent and constant surveillance. The issue is whether the U.S. (or another country) come to suspect that there are new secret sites and how it gets access to them. Twenty-four days isn't actually a codified number. It's the sum of the schedule in which the U.S. or another country can demand access, have the Iranians respond and then, if there's no agreement, have the question submitted to a panel which the U.S. will almost certainly command a majority on. The total is 24 days.

Now, that seems like a long time. But there's this thing called radiation. Which leaves traces. Like for thousands of years in most cases. So this is not like cleaning up a crime scene or doing really anything else. If you set up a secret nuclear facility for enriching uranium - or doing really anything else with radioactive material - you can't remove all traces of that. Again, radiation. The people making the biggest stink about this are phrase-makers from RNC, AIPAC and the various other billionaire-backed, stood-up advocacy groups fighting the deal. Virtually every nuclear expert and weapons scientist does not see it as a problem.
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What did you expect? Good attitude though. I laugh at him all the time. He got mad an put me on ignore again
i wouldn't lose any sleep over it
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24 days....
First of all, there's no 24-day notice for inspection. Under the accord, all of Iran's known or declared nuclear sites are under permanent and constant surveillance. The issue is whether the U.S. (or another country) come to suspect that there are new secret sites and how it gets access to them. Twenty-four days isn't actually a codified number. It's the sum of the schedule in which the U.S. or another country can demand access, have the Iranians respond and then, if there's no agreement, have the question submitted to a panel which the U.S. will almost certainly command a majority on. The total is 24 days.

Now, that seems like a long time. But there's this thing called radiation. Which leaves traces. Like for thousands of years in most cases. So this is not like cleaning up a crime scene or doing really anything else. If you set up a secret nuclear facility for enriching uranium - or doing really anything else with radioactive material - you can't remove all traces of that. Again, radiation. The people making the biggest stink about this are phrase-makers from RNC, AIPAC and the various other billionaire-backed, stood-up advocacy groups fighting the deal. Virtually every nuclear expert and weapons scientist does not see it as a problem.
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Oh, well in that case I feel better about it now. We should probably just go ahead and sell them some ICBM's then. Since its totally safe to do so now
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Oh, well in that case I feel better about it now. We should probably just go ahead and sell them some ICBM's then. Since its totally safe to do so now
Why not? most of the icbm arsenal is over 50 years old and may not be in working order.

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Why not? most of the icbm arsenal is over 50 years old and may not be in working order.

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"Nuclear officials describe critical utility, safety and support systems that are failing
Many facilities date from World War II and intended to operate for as little as one decade
(CNN) US nuclear security facilities are dangerously decrepit and putting national security goals at risk, according to nuclear officials who are asking Congress to back the administration's push to modernize the system.

Nuclear officials described critical utility, safety and support systems that are failing at an increasing and unpredictable rate, as well as their efforts to patch the system together until the necessary funding can be found to reinvigorate the system. "
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"Nuclear officials describe critical utility, safety and support systems that are failing
Many facilities date from World War II and intended to operate for as little as one decade
(CNN) US nuclear security facilities are dangerously decrepit and putting national security goals at risk, according to nuclear officials who are asking Congress to back the administration's push to modernize the system.

Nuclear officials described critical utility, safety and support systems that are failing at an increasing and unpredictable rate, as well as their efforts to patch the system together until the necessary funding can be found to reinvigorate the system. "
That is a lie because the greatest President the we have ever had just left office and he would not have let that happen!!

Oh, wait. The GOP will clean it up for you. Nevermind
A Trump revolution is needed for America's nuclear arsenal | TheHill
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"Nuclear officials describe critical utility, safety and support systems that are failing
Many facilities date from World War II and intended to operate for as little as one decade
(CNN) US nuclear security facilities are dangerously decrepit and putting national security goals at risk, according to nuclear officials who are asking Congress to back the administration's push to modernize the system.

Nuclear officials described critical utility, safety and support systems that are failing at an increasing and unpredictable rate, as well as their efforts to patch the system together until the necessary funding can be found to reinvigorate the system. "
We need to stop spending money on the F35 which doesn't work and no one wants, and spend more money on a defensive missile system.
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Old February 6th, 2017, 04:09 PM   #70
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That is a lie because the greatest President the we have ever had just left office and he would not have let that happen!!

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A Trump revolution is needed for America's nuclear arsenal | TheHill
The lie is you falsely blaming the problem Solely on ex president Obama.
It started more than 40 years ago.
Fail.
Trump is as always talking credit for something he didn't know.
Second fail.
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