Reply to: A 25% Cut for the Pentagon? Key Dems Say Unnecessary Defense Spending Is Crippling the U.S. and Should Be Part of Debt Debate
Why would they try to nuke a nation that already has the 2nd largest stock pile of nuclear armerment on the planet? Even if N. Korea and Iran could obtain a nuclear war head they don't have the guidence technology that could target the U.S. Russia doesn't want a nuclear war with America so in and why would someone just decide they would risk the saftey of their own country to destroy another country. You need to calm down. WWIII isn't going to happen any time soon and we have a 15 trillion dollar national dept to pay off.
Reply to: Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson Hearts Ayn Rand
Why do people rail against the total number of workers in a given economy, while claiming to be on the side of economic freedom, doesn't that freedom also extend to the people who voluntarily hire their workers? Yet they always seem to want the government to have the power to decide who the owners/producers/businessmen may hire.
Reply to: Eye Opener: Turkish Charter Schools Sweep Across America Funded By Walmart Family
another way the islamist movmt is trying to infiltrate our country these schools should be closed immediately. islam is an intolerant cult, not a religion!
Reply to: Breast Cancer Awareness Bullets?
you so freaking dumb...
Reply to: ALEC Ratified the NRA-Conceived Law That May Protect Trayvon Martin's Killer
How fast would Martin have had to run to avoid conflict with Zimmerman? Zimmerman pursued Martin, against the instructions of the police dispatcher.
Martin had every bit as much right to "stand his ground" as Zimmerman. He was only trying to get home safely from the store, and here he was, being pursued and confronted by this self-important idiot with a gun. Standing his ground cost him his life.
So much for an armed society being a polite society.