To: TigerLikesRooster; Jeff Head; Tainan; hedgetrimmer; Unam Sanctam; taxesareforever; Avenger; ...
posted on 07/15/2012 6:09:14 PM PDT
(The way to crush the bourgeois is to grind them between the millstones of taxation and inflation)
posted on 07/15/2012 6:09:52 PM PDT
by Army Air Corps
(Four Fried Chickens and a Coke)
IMHO it is long past time - to start recognizing China is a first-world competitor in every way, and stop this senseless export of American manufacturing to China.
China once it gains a true market advantage, will be nearly impossible to stop. We worry about every country, except China.
It is (long) past time for us to start recognizing China is a threat.
China attacks any US vehicle and boom there goes the 3 Gorges Dam...
posted on 07/15/2012 6:53:24 PM PDT
(This propaganda has been edited to include some fully orbed hyperbole..)
I’d bet that there are some satellite parts that Lorel Corp. and bj clintoon helped the chicoms with.
posted on 07/15/2012 7:50:45 PM PDT
(BHO: 50% black, 50% white, 100% RED)
The only known way for ships to be tracked in real time is for them to carry transponders. If we don’t have real-time satellite tracking capability, the Chinese certainly don’t.
posted on 07/15/2012 9:24:42 PM PDT
by Zhang Fei
(Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
If I remember correctly, the DF-21D was a ballistic missile originally designed to carry a nuclear
warhead. In short, China wants to attack our carrier battle groups with a circa 400 kT nuclear warhead inside a maneuverable re-entry vehicle (MARV). The Russians had a similar idea, but their system was based on large cruise missiles guided by specially-modified Tu-95 Bear
bombers equipped with special long-range guidance radars.
Mind you, I'm not sure if this is practical, especially now that US Navy destroyers are now re-equipping with the new versions of the Standard SAM that can intercept a target over 100 miles up.
posted on 07/16/2012 1:39:40 PM PDT
(FairTax: America's economic cure)
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