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Posted in: BIN LADEN BURIED AT SEA AFTER BEING KILLED IN FIREFIGHT WITH U.S. FORCES See in context

williB,

No we won´t. While the US goes on wild goose chases abroad, radical mosques are sprouting like mushrooms all over the country back home. Thousands new Osamas are being indoctrinated right under your noses, and your government even supports that.

At least the U.S. government is doing something about terrorism.

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Posted in: WikiLeaks reveals more sensitive U.S. data See in context

Do you see any foreigners here demanding that their own government release their classified documents?

They don't need to. Wikileaks is releasing a lot(directly or indirectly related) about other governments' secrets.

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Posted in: WikiLeaks reveals more sensitive U.S. data See in context

...sorry, no " " in "badmouthing".

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Posted in: WikiLeaks reveals more sensitive U.S. data See in context

Bigmouth. Do you think America is going to be 100% transparent? Compared to other countries, say, China, America is more transparent. Of course, America looks out for its own interest, but please name one country that doesn't, or for that matter, doesn't act hypocritically. You mock democracy because you can. Try living in a communist country and "badmouthing" their system and see what happens.

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Posted in: WikiLeaks reveals more sensitive U.S. data See in context

The reality these documents reveal about the US is that this nation stands alone... and can not be trusted.

Please name a country that CAN be trusted.

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Posted in: WikiLeaks reveals more sensitive U.S. data See in context

Its good to read those documents.so we can see the hypocisy of America.A world leader indeed. Your cup is full.china pls take over.

You can't be serious?! China, the country that is notorious for hiding information from its own public(ever heard of Tiananmen Square Massacre?). Why do you think they created "The Great Firewall of China"? America ain't perfect, but it's more transparent than China. And that's a fact!

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Posted in: China lays claim to fastest supercomputer title See in context

Parts made in U.S.A. Assembled in China...

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Posted in: Hello Again See in context

She's missing drawstrings for that trash bag... or how about some tie wraps?

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Posted in: Rice paddy artwork See in context

CBS news reported this a few weeks back(video):

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6719123n&tag=related;photovideo

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Posted in: Utah executes condemned killer by firing squad See in context

Why hasn't anyone defended the victims' right to live?! I support the death penalty. If there is indisputable evidence that a person is found guilty, that person should suffer, preferably the same fate their victims met.

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Posted in: What should the U.S. military brass and/or Japanese authorities do to reduce the number of crimes committed by U.S. military personnel in Japan? See in context

All the military I've met/seen here are utter twats, here for a free-ride.

Maybe you've only met the really terrible ones. What did you mean by, "a free ride"?

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Posted in: Doubling U.S. exports: Can it be done? See in context

Not only does the U.S. export products, but also inventions: that cell phone you decorate, that microwave oven to warm up that bento, that internet to surf porn, that computer for work, that zipper to keep others from looking, that air conditioner to keep you cool...and those traffic cones you see everywhere, lol.

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Posted in: U.S. missiles kill 10 in Pakistan See in context

Those Predators and Reapers are deadly.

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Posted in: Lawsuits challenge new Arizona immigration law See in context

I'm for this law,and I understand both arguments. IMO If people get stopped by the cops and they're legal to live there, what's the problem, just show the proper documentations. 70% of Arizona residents support the law, so let them deal with the consequences, good or bad. I'm tired of my taxes paying for someone who doesn't belong in my country. Who ends up paying their welfare, us. If immigrants want to come to the U.S., fine, but do it the legal way, like my relatives did.

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Posted in: Japan balks at $2 billion bill to host U.S. troops See in context

...meant to say "been on schedule". Sorry.

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Posted in: Japan balks at $2 billion bill to host U.S. troops See in context

Err... Did you noticed that we dont have any F-35? Or the fact that the F-35 is still a under tests? Two years behind schedule?

Yes, I know we don't have any JSFs yet. Since when have fighters or military hardware, for that matter, not been on schedule. Look at the F-22, OV-22, XM2001 Crusader, The XM-8 program, etc.

You say "blue navy", like aircrafts carriers. I say transports, because you say "invasion". No one can "invade" with aircarfts alone. "Invasion" means be able to transport soldiers, tanks, amunitions and fuel.

I'm talking about distant future events, not meaning near future. China has the potential of building more transports. It already has the soldiers for amphibious warfare. A blue water navy can include transport ships. Take a look at the U.S. Marine Expeditionary Forces(MEF). They have everything needed for amphibious warfare(air, land, and sea components). Of course aircraft alone cannot lead to a successful assault, however, close air support(CAS) is an integral part of it.

Regarding whether being on the same page or not, (sincerely speaking) what was the point you were trying to make?

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Posted in: Japan balks at $2 billion bill to host U.S. troops See in context

J want their own aircraftcarrier from as long as the '80. But the US told J "build destroyers only"

Check out the Hyuga class helicopter carrier. You could also put some F-35 JSFs and voila, an aircraft carrier.

China have a big standing army, but dont have enough troops transports for invade anything bigger and farter than Taiwan.

...Which is why I said they are building a blue water navy.

...What was the point you were trying to make?

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Posted in: Japan balks at $2 billion bill to host U.S. troops See in context

UnagiDon

You'd think such people would know that China has barely enough amphibious capability to make the 20 km crossing to Taiwan let alone somehow make it over a thousand+ km of blue water all the way to Japan, i.e. something analogous to D-Day, with almost no air cover and no real offensive capability other than ballistic missiles to reach all that distance.

Think again. China is building a blue water navy including an aircraft carrier due out in 2015. Moreover, China has the largest standing army. Put these two together and what do you get? A red flag in downtown Tokyo, lol.

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Posted in: U.S. rockets strike Afghan home, killing 12 civilians See in context

Yes we have, LoveUSA. Has your own country ever?

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Posted in: U.S. commander: Nago mayoral vote not a setback See in context

YuriOtani, you posted a viable solution. Instead of telling us, you should try to contact Lt. General Rice, the USFJ(U.S. Forces of Japan) Commander. Maybe he'll listen to you because many posters here won't.

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Posted in: Hatoyama says he'll start from scratch on Futenma relocation plan See in context

YuriOtani, what does my previous message about U.S. forces training in the Philippines have anything to do with Okinawan matters?

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Posted in: Hatoyama says he'll start from scratch on Futenma relocation plan See in context

vulcan

No they don't... they may have some marines training their useless military for anti terror crap..but no bases..

You're right, but there are a couple hundred U.S. troops training and working with the Filipino forces against terrorist groups like Jemaah Islamiyah and Abu Sayyaf. Couple of my buddies came back from training there, but you wouldn't know how it's like, would you?

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Posted in: U.S. takes charge in Haiti — with troops, rescue aid See in context

I agree with Noripinhead about the U.S. taking the lead. The Haitian government is in shambles, aid is slowly coming in, and the U.N. peacekeepers already there are trying to deal with their own casualties. The U.S. military did an excellent job during the Indonesian tsunami rescue, but I don't see anyone giving them praise. I have Slingbox, so I'm able to watch news like CNN, Fox, and BBC, where reporters are reporting live. The Haitians lack basic necessities. They have no food, water, or medicine. It is that bad.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. remain apart on Futenma See in context

vulcan

we left the PI (we were kicked out) and PI is doing fine..

General Alexander B. Yano, 38th Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines(AFP), stated the Philippine military cannot fully defend the country from external threats due to a lack of weapons and a preoccupation with crushing long-running communist and Muslim insurgencies.

....yes,"PI is doing fine."

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. remain apart on Futenma See in context

Not sure many people know China is building an aircraft carrier due out in 2015 and trying to augment its blue water navy, not to mention its progressive increase in defense budget. Unless Japan increases its defense budget which is less than $50 bil(2008) as well as considering the draft system(if they decide to expel the U.S. off Japan soil), the U.S.'s military presence will be here for a while.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. remain apart on Futenma See in context

13akio13:

It is about time they got out of jJAPAN the (F'N )war has been over for 64 years. Go home .

Do you think the Americans would be here if Japan hadn't deliberately attacked Pearl Harbor? Don't blame the U.S. for being here, blame your own government.

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Posted in: Wendy's closes its doors in Japan See in context

So, what's next? Hardy's, Cal Jr., Jack in the Box, Popeye. . .? Any other suggestions?  

Popeye's is already here, at the American bases, though, along with Taco Bell,... and Chili's!

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Posted in: What do you think of the quality of Japanese TV programs this time of year? Seen anything you like? See in context

Most of the programs are terrible, even painful at times. You tend to see the same tarento on different channels. The documentaries are pretty good, though. Fortunately, I was able to get a Slingbox which allows me to watch stateside tv.

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Posted in: Fort Hood suspect prevented from praying See in context

I say he lost all rights the moment he took those same rights from the people he killed.

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Posted in: Nigerian man sets off explosive device on plane landing in Detroit See in context

How about one flight for Muslims and another flight for non-Muslims and see what happens.

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