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To: SoFloFreeper

Focus Focus Focus

China owns a lot of our debt and is committed to:

expansion: Wants South China Sea as Sphere of influence
Wants to eliminate its Taiwan issue
want to rub Japan’s nose in crap just because

Norks are their puppet and this is part of multifaceted approach to move us back nearly 3k miles across the Pacific.
Thanks Billy C for giving them the reactor to percolate things as well as giving the Chinese our W-88 nuke plans


6 posted on 04/01/2013 6:39:22 PM PDT by slapshot ("Were not gonna take it anymore" Twisted Sister)
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To: slapshot
Thanks Billy C for giving them the reactor to percolate things as well as giving the Chinese our W-88 nuke plans

and thanks to 44/2-Kerry-Hagel for giving the Norks a flight profile/RCS of the Spirit.

It was more than just a 'bit' reckless sending the B2s; last Friday's headlines might have looked quite a bit different, particularly if they were operating procedurally (active jamming).

10 posted on 04/01/2013 7:21:39 PM PDT by logi_cal869
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To: slapshot

“They have his soul who have his bonds; ‘Ti’s like writing on the wall.”
Johnathan Swift
T-bonds pay just above 2% and the rate of inflation is over that. The Chinese are subsidizing our indebtedness.
Britain and France invaded the Suez canal (1956?). We objected, they backed off. We owned their debt.
Like someone said on this thread, our affirmative action president is going to get schooled in world geo-power politics if gets too frisky.
Obama? Ambitious? Arrogant?
Let’s just hope his overarching pussilanimity wins out.


14 posted on 04/01/2013 10:05:41 PM PDT by tumblindice (America's founding fathers: All armed conservatives.)
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