Is it just me, or … 12 Jan 2009 @ 16:46Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : Breaking News, Military , add a comment
… is there really a problem here.
When I read this article, I had to start scratching the ol’ noggin’.
Seeing that it’s likely the “change” would occur during the Manchurian Muslim’s watch, I’m like “Some change. More American jobs lost. Thanks a trillion, Al Obambi”
Being former USAF myself, I’m also a taaaaad bit concerned that the US military is going to consider going outside our shores for such a critical piece of hardware. Not to mention the ripple effect that this decision could have on American manufacturers that support our men and women in the military.
Sorry, it was us…we did it 31 Jan 2008 @ 15:32Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : Americana, Radar Blip , add a comment
Sorry, it was us….we did it
The latest conjecture is that the Air Force and McDonnell Douglas’ "SkunkWorks" are flight testing the next generation replacement for the U-2 or even the next stealth bomber to replace the B-2. As noted in the article linked above, Trisha Choate from the Abilene Reporternews continues with this:
"For national security reasons, of course, they’re disinclined to tell us about it," said Michael Shermer, executive director of the Skeptics Society and editor of Skeptic magazine.
Yes, I am aware of the implications that the above statement is NOT earth-shattering news. But what is news is that a skeptic is ACTUALLY pointing out a known FACT.
Among the possibilities: The government is conducting a campaign of disinformation, spreading UFO stories to cover up the truth, which is out there.
Paging FBI Agent Mulder, Agent Fox Mulder. White Courtesy phone.
In an about-face, the military said 10 F-16s from the 301st Fighter Wing at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base were on a training mission Jan. 8 in an area including Erath County.
Maj. Carl Lewis, a fighter wing spokesman, said it was just a mistake when he first told reporters the base had no planes in the sky that day.
I will say this one more time.
Sorry, it was us…we did it.