vpb: i wonder how many of them now work for defense contractors?
MorrisBird: I wonder where the ad is published. As in, what periodical?
Cythraul: Call me when it's 10,000 lower ranking enlisted men and women. You know, the ones who will actually be getting killed on the field of battle.
vernonFL: The military industrial complex supports itself.
vpb: i wonder how many of them now don't work for defense contractors?
Quasar: I can see how a draft dodger who hid in France while advocating for a war he wouldn't have to fight in who was hilariously wrong on getting Bin Laden would make a fine Commander in Chief.
spelletrader: vpb: i wonder how many of them now don't work for defense contractors?I prefer shorter lists.
ghall3: spelletrader: vpb: i wonder how many of them now don't work for defense contractors?I prefer shorter lists.Well in that case, here you go:1.And we are done.
TheMysticS: vpb: i wonder how many of them now work for defense contractors?All of them.
Doc Daneeka: Meanwhile, 68 Nobel Prize laureates in the sciences have endorsed Obama.Thinking about which direction I want our country to go towards in the future, I'll value the opinion of the brightest scientists over those of career military men who stand to benefit greatly from an expanded Romney military.
SphericalTime: . . . retired? What about current ones?
Dogberry: MorrisBird: I wonder where the ad is published. As in, what periodical?The Washington Times.
Lando Lincoln: That's nice, but based on what?
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