sonicruiser wrote:New countries added to travel ban
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The big difference today is that the newer immigrants have likely entered or reside in the USA illegally while those of past generations did so legally or when the laws were not strongly enforced. There was a time in this countries history where you just showed up and got off the boat. Then the des...Jump to post
Yes. The ones who left Poland, Germany, Italy, or wherever. The ones who came here, learned our language and customs, and joined ur society. They did not come here expecting to vote or otherwise be catered to in their native language, and expect Americans regardless of origin to walk on eggshells l...Jump to post
I said it before and I'll say it again, there's no way a gay man will be elected as President. There are too many people in this country who will not be able to look past that and will vote for Trump just because he's gay. https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=1420957&p=213037...Jump to post
. A board member is more or less an observer or at best a consultant. Yes, they hire/fire the corporate officers but that's about their only useful role. As executive he has a LOT more say over what happens next. And by listening to some of the things he has said he's either clueless or being less ...Jump to post
An Evangelical Perspective on the proposed Peace Plan: https://www.jpost.com//Arab-Israeli-Conflict/Donald-Trump-Deal-of-the-Century-peace-plan-proves-Israel-kissed-by-God-615570 “The Bible talks about the land that the Jewish people are living on, the land which the Jew haters call ‘settlements’ a...Jump to post
The one thing I like is that it has exposed evangelical Christians as the sanctimonious frauds that they are.Jump to post
And his seat will remain vacant until the election later this year. No special election. What an a$$#ole. Tugg What I found hilarious that his house.gov page and FB page still portrayed his as a family values man along with being fiscally responsibly even after his announcement to resign and plead ...Jump to post
As much as I am furious with how things went so bad at Boeing.... I think Muilenberg is a scapegoat. I firmly believe Jim McNerney was the start of a chain of messes that happened to this day with his iron fist approach to labor. The outsourcing became massive under McNerney. The 787 should have be...Jump to post
At least one Wall Street analyst thinks costs will reach $20 billion (excluding any settlements). 737 MAX crisis could cost Boeing $20 billion, Wall Street analyst says For that amount of money, Boeing could have build a completely new aircraft AND bought the CSeries from Bombardier. That should an...Jump to post
We could also qualify this as a "political error" if you prefer, Revelation... Again, when you have responsibilities, like Boeing or another firm, you are forced to make a change to your policy. It would be too presumptuous to say that Boeing is still what it became almost 15 years ago, t...Jump to post
I don't think the word 'error' covers what happened with MAX. It was a deliberate strategy to avoid cost (sim training cost that Boeing agreed to pay) by making compromises on safety ('jedi mind tricks' to bundle MCAS in with STS and not mention it anywhere in the training material, classification ...Jump to post
Unless Calhoun changes the policy! People love hitting Boeing a lot even when things was going better for them. It is not normal that already in 2004 the 7E7 / 787 at the time was not a good idea... :roll: Many argue without obvious evidence. Changing a working method is feasible it is the responsi...Jump to post
Revelation wrote:Indeed, and it's hard to see someone with Calhoun's background leading the revolution.
Why haven't Mr. Duncan resigned from Congress yet? After a felony conviction of a member, party leaders usually pressure them to step down. Katie Hill resigned quickly after her ex posted pictures, yet Mr. Duncan continues to draw a paycheck but is unable to perform his duties as a Congressman. Hec...Jump to post
That's a lot of naiveté in your part. Fed in part by our post modernist propaganda being fed to us daily.
The Iranian people are good people, I meant obviously the government officials.. No you didn't, You said ."Lets stop pretending these are good people alright?" along with "They also chant “death to America”... not something nice people do, aside from killing Americans, are you so nai...Jump to post
With protests anew in Iran, Soleimani’s death probably made life safer for the protesters, not to mention others across the ME. No Americans have been injured since the action. I’m willing to consider the possibility the protest lead to the fall of the mullahs. Not sure how it will go, but they’re ...Jump to post
Lets stop pretending these are good people alright? Really? Which people are you referring to? Are you talking about all the Iranian people? Did you see a video of some Iranians chanting "Death to America" and decide all Iranians think the same? If that's the case, there's a word for that...Jump to post
At an interview from the CES convention with CNBC, when Ed Bastion was asked about the Boeing 737 MAX, he went on to mention they were waiting to order their new airplane... the way he phrased it seemed like he meant the NMA rather than the MAX. You can watch the interview below, https://youtu.be/_...Jump to post
AirWorthy99 wrote:Really? Guess who have stated that Israel needs to be wiped out of earth? Sounds similar?
The fact that they can't give US Senators a straight answer should broadcast to the whole world that there really was no credible immanent threat posed by Soleimani. Seems to me no one in that administration is on the same page when it comes to this. Hell, at least the Bush Administration was on the...Jump to post
These things are relative, no one in DC, or elsewhere, likes Trump particularly; it’s just in comparison to the nutjobs put up in opposition, of either party, makes him the least worse choice. And he's not a nut job? The pathological lying, the completely non-scenically ramblings, the late night tw...Jump to post
Taking out this general is the equivalent of taking out Himmler from Nazi Germany (which was Hitler's number two). No, it is not. For one, we are not at war with Iran, Second, Iran is not Nazi Germany. Quite frankly to mention the two in the same sentence is rather ridiculous, Also, Himmler was nev...Jump to post
I was promised WW III, oil at $100+ a barrel, wiped out bases in Iraq, the Straits of Hormuz mined and closed; an aircraft carrier sunk. What? You seem to think that if nothing has happened in the past couple weeks that nothing is going to happen. I really never gave much credence to talk of WW3. B...Jump to post
Haven’t followed Mike Lee much, have you? He’s much like Rand Paul. Both I like very much on many issues. GF For the past couple years Rand Paul has been a loyal toddie to Trump. And now he's acting shocked that Trump did what he did. He is right about one thing, you would have to be brain dead to ...Jump to post
Trump campaigned on getting the US out of the “endless wars”; not in one. This is the “good riddance” card. The mullahs are now stewing; their vaunted military only succeeded in a monumental “own goal” and theyre missing the chief terror master. Maybe we can now leave in a deliberate pace and let t...Jump to post
Sounds like he’s not going to sit by and be silent as Pompeo leads his own little holy reformation of the ME.
The best car I ever owned was a 2002 Saturn SL2. Reliable, easy to work on and had good gas mileage. It had a radio/CD player with a cassette player! That was about the fanciest option on that car. Manual windows, the only more way I could have gotten a more base model was to get the SL1 with a manu...Jump to post
The attack on the Saudi Aramco oil processing facilities at Abqaiq showed that they have precision targeting abilities.
Do you not see a nuclear weapon is far different from anything including a MOAB. One nuke in a terrorists hands can obliterate 10x the losses in the Iraq war. The Iranian government chants death to America, funds terrorist networks, and yet oh why they wouldn’t supply that to them. That’s crazy?!! ...Jump to post
A willingness to supply extremest groups and a wonton desire to build a nuclear weapon. Oh what a fantastic combination. Wow, sounds a lot like the arguments used in 2002. Do we really have a leg to stand on? Why don't you look up the body count that resulted from the 2003 invasion? Iran is a posit...Jump to post
The agreement did nothing to roll back the program, it just kept it status quo which would give Iran unlimited potential going forward to put their foot on our neck. Explain how a third world country on the other side of the planet with an economy and military a fraction the size of ours would be a...Jump to post
Gotcha, so that is what “forced” Iran to mine ships, shoot down drones, and attack an embassy? Cool.
I get that the US made a big action by taking the general out, but this again wasn’t the first move in the chess board. Are forgetting it was Iranian proxies that attacked our embassy? That they mined our allies ships? Are we just supposed to ignore those and say “America started it they killed the...Jump to post
The Iranian response was quite restrained and not IMO designed to kill anyone, it was mainly for domestic consumption, to show the Iranian public that they were doing something, they cited UN article 51 as the reason for the reprisal. However I don't believe this is the end of it, Persians like the...Jump to post
Some people need killing because they are evil. Saddam, bin Laden, and yes Soleimani.
Lastly, if the US does carry strikes on cultural sites anywhere, I put myself on the record predicting it WILL mark the official and immediate end to American leadership, already on the ropes everywhere from South Korea to Europe, middle East to China, South America to Eastern Europe and Russia. Al...Jump to post
Appeasement doesn't work. What "appeasement" are you referring to? Is it the nuclear accord you're talking about? Seem to be working just fine. I've heard this appeasement doesn't work argument before. The argument that usually follows is that if only we hadn't tried to appease Hitler. Of...Jump to post
Exactly - barring a strike launched from SZL, nothing is a given. Again to quote Tucker Carlson: ‘every single one of these engagements has proven longer, more costly, and more complicated than we were promised - why? for who’s benefit?’ Tucker Carlson is a joke. In his eye's it's everyone else's f...Jump to post
. Try to read what I say before you let your Trump Derangement System send you into a blind rage. I wonder what sort of derangement syndrome leads people to believe that a war with Iran will be a cake walk? Maybe "Let me cheer lead this from the safety of my living room while other peoples kid...Jump to post
I highly doubt Iran is capable of this. Sounds like some nationalistic fervor? What do you think about the outdated Iranian Air Force? 40 year old Iranian aircraft would be sitting ducks. They are still flying F-4s for God’s sake. Today’s combat is all about air superiority. The US would likely not...Jump to post
Saddam would be 82 and very likely dead by now. You know what—Iraq would in the same mess without us being there. Here are the facts. The US invasion cost the lives of 4000+ servicemen and around 250000 Iraqi lives. If we had not invaded those people would be alive today. And whatever happened to I...Jump to post
GalaxyFlyer wrote:Reuters on Soliemani an why it was necessary to make him an example.
The inactions of Bush and Obama merely delayed the inevitable and in the process strengthened the Iranian regime. Negative. Iran is in this position for two reasons. One, the Bush Administration invading Iraq in the first place. No invasion, Saddam Hussein still in power which means guys like Solei...Jump to post
. They also now have an ally in our media which is basically asking for an attack just so the President can look bad. Don't worry, Fox News, Brietbart, Drudge, The Blaze along with numerous talking heads on talk radio will pick up the slack and cheer lead yet another war. And their listeners will w...Jump to post
I think the most important question to ask is when is the KC-46 going to be ready operationally?Jump to post
Well, if one strike at Iran’s terrorists isn’t enough, hit ‘em again! Iran cannot and will not win a war of escalation. Conventional Washington wisdom be damned. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-iraq-security-blast-taji/air-strikes-targeting-iraqi-militia-kill-six-army-source-idUSKBN1Z229P Tough ...Jump to post