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(CNN)   U.S. Bases in the Pacific vulnerable to a bolt-from-the-blue military attack. This is not a repeat from 71 years ago   ( globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com) divider line
    More: Scary, U.S. Naval War College, forward operating base, People's Liberation Army, aircraft carriers, P L A, USS George Washington, Imperial Japan, combat operations  
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2012-12-07 12:08:24 PM  
2 votes:
This just in: Surprise attacks against stationary targets are often successful. The trick is achieving surprise.
2012-12-07 01:31:45 PM  
1 vote:
This won't be a problem if we simply double our defense spending, which will be paid for easily if we keep the Bush tax cuts in place and remove the unbearable burden of corporate taxes on our defense industry.
2012-12-07 01:30:35 PM  
1 vote:

Apik0r0s: The Han Chicom believes himself to be the racial and cultural superior of everyone else on the planet and that it is his destiny to bring forced abortion and political re-education camps to every corner of the globe.

Meth is a hell of a drug.
2012-12-07 12:53:20 PM  
1 vote:
As long as we don't get involved in a land war in Asia.
2012-12-07 12:39:55 PM  
1 vote:

zerkalo: What are selling, Mr. Military-Industrial Complex dude?

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Told ya, you farkers.
2012-12-07 12:38:35 PM  
1 vote:
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12/7/41 -- Never forget
2012-12-07 12:25:07 PM  
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