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Thread: Bush calls for 'new era in trans-Atlantic unity'

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    Bush calls for 'new era in trans-Atlantic unity'

    http://www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe...ope/index.html

    Hey buddy, we already had one of those. Seemed pretty unified after 9/11. I wonder what happened?
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    As long as we exclude the French!!

    Better yest bomb them!!
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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    As long as we exclude the French!!

    Better yest bomb them!!
    You reckon?

    http://www.gsinstitute.org/resources...s/france.shtml

    Current number of nuclear warheads:
    Strategic: ~450
    Tactical: ~20
    Total: ~470

    ...

    Currently the French SSBN fleet consists of two L’Inflexible and two Le Triomphant submarines, each carrying 16 nuclear-equipped missiles.
    I think not.
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    Originally posted by slimdave
    You reckon?

    http://www.gsinstitute.org/resources...s/france.shtml



    I think not.
    Actually, I think so. Having capability and having BALLS are two entirely different animals.

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    As long as we exclude the French!!
    Better yest bomb them!!

    I think not


    With history as it is, I would have to say that those nukes are probably the prettiest bombs to have been dropped just ONCE. I'm sure they are in impeccable condition.....if they haven't been sold
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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Actually, I think so. Having capability and having BALLS are two entirely different animals.

    I heard you got your by eating "mountain oyster's"!!!
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    Originally posted by Mr.Hanky
    Actually, I think so. Having capability and having BALLS are two entirely different animals.

    Hanky's poster boy ...

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    Originally posted by Alchemy


    With history as it is, I would have to say that those nukes are probably the prettiest bombs to have been dropped just ONCE. I'm sure they are in impeccable condition.....if they haven't been sold:D
    ... and yet the Bush administration is willing to spend hundred's of billions to try to shoot down missile's from North Korea (total tests: 0), when Deputy Secretary of State nominee Robert
    Zoellick said he thinks North Korea is lying about having nukes.

    Go figure.
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    Originally posted by slimdave
    ... and yet the Bush administration is willing to spend hundred's of billions to try to shoot down missile's from North Korea (total tests: 0), when Deputy Secretary of State nominee Robert
    Zoellick said he thinks North Korea is lying about having nukes.

    Go figure.

    Like I said always bitching.

    Last week you were bitching cause we were not doing anything.

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    and yet the Bush administration is willing to spend hundred's of billions to try to shoot down missile's from North Korea (total tests: 0), when Deputy Secretary of State nominee Robert Zoellick said he thinks North Korea is lying about having nukes.


    What is Zoellick doing becoming "deputy" secretary of state? Isn't he the "weights and measures" guy to the EU?, real chummy with Pascal Lamy? Well, we are skee-rood right there, and if he believes the North Koreans, we are double skee-rood.

    Me, I could really care less if the French have nukes, they aren't going to set them off.
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