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Taking money from China comes with a price $$, and some dealings could or should be held as treason


Chasing the Dragon? In June of 1995, the CIA learned that China had stolen the crown jewels of our nuclear arsenal, including the neutron bomb and the W-88 miniaturized warhead. Later that year National Security Advisor Anthony Lake is briefed on the thefts. He is replaced on the Security Council by Sandy Berger, a former lobbyist for the Chinese government. In June of 1996, before Bill Clinton's re-election, the FBI opens a formal investigation into the theft of US nuclear weapon designs.



Clintons Dragon



Could this be Obam's Dragon? We have complete Democratic control once again just as Bill Clinton had. In his attempts during office he sold us out, now we have Obama needing so desperatly to have China continue to buy up our bad debt. Will we see Deja Vu?


The report details the locations of hundreds of nuclear sites and activities. Each page is marked across the top “Highly Confidential Safeguards Sensitive” in capital letters, with the exception of pages that detailed additional information like site maps. In his transmittal letter, Mr. Obama said the cautionary language was a classification category of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s inspectors.




President Obama sent the document to Congress on May 5 for Congressional review and possible revision, and the Government Printing Office subsequently posted the draft declaration on its Web site.


Incompetent Obama

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I prefer spinner bait when im fishing....


I like to fish for catfish, so stink bait is my choice...and there is plenty of stink in Washington.


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Obama Selling Military Secrets to China for Debt Forgivenes?


Article Here


While this proposal is controversial, it is not being presented to Congress, where it could meet with stern opposition. Instead, the State Department has been informed to assisted the Defense Department with the transfer of materials.

A little skeptical here as frankly $50 billion is less than a drop in the bucket of Chinese Treasury holdings which are easily well over $1 trillion. The economic impact of this transaction would be negligible to zero. On the other hand, if this ends up being true, it is quite frightening, as it merely demonstrates, aside from all the scary geo-political considerations, just how bad of a dealmaker our President is.


Look what China just bought from Obama, B-2 Spirit



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Well, Clinton did the same thing, for $$$$ donated to his reelection campaign...


say, Obama got Chinese donations, too.


Corrupt, lying manipulators.


Clinton was not a socialist though, give him credit.

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btw, mz the pussy and Dan, a sucker is a real fish. I didn't make that up.


It was a fishing joke.


Your IQ slur was not in keeping with the run of the thread, non-personal fishing jokes.


But you two had to stoop to personal attacks.


NOW you see what is ruining threads around here?


T is right - something stinks, and it's certain top Dems' $$$$$ relationship with China.

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Hey dan you didnt care to read through the thread, its not a fishing story afterall, but you libs wont reply on the fact that your boy obama has sold us out by giving the chicons our stealth bomber technology. read up the thread and see what the chineese get behind obama door #2







hook, line & sinker. just might have to rip the hook out of the gut!

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This thread had nothing to do with fishing.





Your quip about fishing led to more quips about fishing. You made a statment with

a fishing quip, so did we.


Too bad, you don't like our quips because it's on our side of the political fence.


But referring to anybody's IQ is a slur against those who are learning disabled, and

I don't appreciate that. Surely somebody as smart as you can think of a more

appropriate and non-offensive way to criticize someone's opinions..


or I am wrong about that... eh? @@


I posted a reply to T's attempt to try and drudge up anything he can find to slam the President and I simply stated that T was fishing for a story hence the joke.


We were making silly political points by mocking your analogy. What goes around, comes around, Dan.


You either dont bother to read threads or cant comprehend what your reading which is why I followed up with the IQ joke.


I know you made the IQ joke BECAUSE I read it. I know why you did, and I

am offended by the personal IQ slurs, especially when there are a few others

who want to slap others in the face with their education as a cya.



Im not slamming or making personal attacks but if you cant get up to speed on whats going on around here maybe it is a personal attack....



It is a personal attack. Your assumptions are not valid. See? If I said "Your ASS-umptions are not valid" that

would be a personal attack.


If you can't get up to speed on discourse without personal attacks, maybe you should personally attack yourself


to get the point.


I have to stop being witty now, I think the fields are dry enough to plant more and rock pick.


BTW, I think there is a fish called a "Rockfish" But I'll stop being funny now so I don't give


you bluegills. I am just reacting to you getting shnarky with me.


Don't go away and pout like a trout, just take a hike like a pike.


Dammit, Dan, this is all YOUR fault. LOL


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