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(Onion News) John Kerry Costs U.S. Defense Industry $400 Billion


moron who cost military industrial complex billions

..."representatives for the domestic defense industry complained to reporters Tuesday that the top-ranking diplomat may have cost them $400 billion in revenue. “We were ready to produce and sell tomahawk missiles, advanced combat systems, and more unmanned predator drones, but instead our Secretary of State had to run his big fat mouth about options for averting war, and now we’re out hundreds of billions of dollars,” said a visibly upset Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn A. Hewson...

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Good!

That's what you should get for bribing elected officials. Don't complain about a few dollars because you all should go to jail!

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

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Sometimes two wrongs DO make a right. Thank God!

A government so wrongfully hellbent on going to war with Syria and Kerry so wrongfully hellbent on going to war with Syria BOTH screw-up big time, and what do we get these mistakes? Peace hopefully. How about that! People within the government are now so inept that they they are being told what to do by outsideers. Will they also listen when we tell them to resign?

That darn Kerry, averting a war by mistake!

Report: Gap Wider Than Ever Between Ultra-Rich And Reality

http://www.theonion.com/articles/report-gap-wider-than-ever-...

there goes the stimulus

Can't they find an uninhabited island to drop ordinance on?

oh the onion. sadly it is

oh the onion.

sadly it is probably what they are thinking.

sadly, that is probably what

sadly, that is probably what they are, DOING

Edward Snowden is going to

Edward Snowden is going to cost the MIC trillions when the new legislation against NSA spying is introduced.

One can hope

There's new legislation against NSA spying? Will it be obeyed any more so than the old legislation against NSA spying?

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