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    Sunday night

    Sunday night

    Some stuff:

    • How much is that drone worth to the Russians and Chinese?  And who believes the Iranians brought it down softly without help?
    • Watching Obama’s 60 min interview.  Expecting the worst.  Doubt I’ll do a separate post about it, but who knows.
    • Palestinian Authority rejects Israeli call to return to direct talks.  It’s all Newt’s fault, right?
    • Most recent explosion in Iran not at uranium conversion facility
    • More to come.
    • Fighting in Syria between army defectors and the army.
    • “I’m a persistent son of a gun.”  Who said that?  (Please don’t force me to give you the answer, you can guess even if you don’t know it and weren’t watching Obama’s 60 minutes interview)
    • Israel and Greece flying together.
    • Only accurate words in this quote, “I don’t know what’s going on”
    • Rick Perry wasted no time.


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    Juba Doobai! | December 12, 2011 at 2:43 am

    I don’t believe the Iranians brought the drone down. I believe the Obama administration gave it to them so they could have the technology. He has been on a kick to show the US how the colonized have lived under terror from the colonizer. IMO, this is part of that. Let the terror masters have the technology to terrorize the USA, and let Americans see how they like that.

    An alternative view, which I scoff at, is that the Obama administration gave the drone so that the computer system, which contains some serious Stuxnet-like malware, can be copied by the Iranians, Russians, and Chinese so that they muck up their military systems. If I were president, that’s what I’d do. They’d get a Trojan horse of a drone. But then, Obama is an America-hating appeasing moron, so he likely did the first.

    “I’m a persistent son of a gun.”
    Obama said that?
    Damn, he must have seen my video:
    Dirty Barry ~ The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    DINORightMarie | December 12, 2011 at 7:57 am

    That Perry ad was pretty fast, and hammered against Romney pretty hard. Perry can’t afford to waste time or miss an opportunity, but this might have some negative blow back from those sick of this type of attack ad.

    That said, Perry’s the only one I’ve heard in ANY ad say how dire and important this election is for our nation.

    He has the right message, at the end. Not too bad.

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