Post Reply
Page 2 of 2  •  Prev 1 2
Switch to Forum Live View This just is not right.....
3 years ago  ::  Apr 17, 2012 - 11:10PM #11
rangerken
Posts: 16,408

This thread was moved from the Hot Topics Zone

Libertarian, Conservative, Life member of the NRA and VFW
Quick Reply
Cancel
3 years ago  ::  Apr 18, 2012 - 10:56AM #12
Bodean
Posts: 10,370

Apr 10, 2012 -- 12:58PM, mountain_man wrote:

Here's the story.

Someone says something nice about Castro and they get suspended? A "community" is offended! If a community is offended by someone saying something nice about someone, then they need to be offended more often.

Ozzie Guillen, or any other American or human on this planet, should be able to say what they want without fear of reprisal from some overly sensitive crybabies.

Although McCarthy would be proud of them.

Castro is no saint, but being punished for saying something nice about him is just un-American. It shows that they don't really get what this country is supposed to be about.



So .. it's perfectly fine for a racists to call a black person a ni__er?? .. without reprisal from some overly sensitive crybabies??

Quick Reply
Cancel
3 years ago  ::  Apr 18, 2012 - 12:53PM #13
Find1Answer
Posts: 7,489

I think it is more about not be able to say anything about Castro yet Hosni Musbarek was o kay not that long ago.    Hilliary even had her picture taken with him.

Ashton Carter, Obama’s nominee for secretary of Defense, oversaw development of the $1.5 trillion F-35 fighter jet, the most expensive weapon system in history. Extravagant funding for the F-35 has not precluded setbacks: in June of 2014, the air force suspended F-35 flight operations when a fire broke out on one of the jets during an attempted takeoff.

Carter, who is undergoing Senate confirmation hearings, also oversaw production of $50 billion worth of MRAP armored vehicles – thousands of which were scrapped shortly thereafter. Documents provided to RSN by the Pentagon’s Defense Logistics Agency reveal that the U.S. government scrapped 2,417 MRAPs between 2008 and 2014. This represented a loss of over $2 billion worth of equipment, assuming an MRAP’s average cost of $1 million.
http://readersupportednews.org/opinion2/277-75/28488-
focus-ashton-carters-history-of-wasteful-military-spending
Quick Reply
Cancel
Page 2 of 2  •  Prev 1 2
 
    Viewing this thread :: 0 registered and 1 guest
    No registered users viewing
    Advertisement

    Beliefnet On Facebook