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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Nobody knows whose missile it is

Military's response to what is clearly a missile launch: "Not our missile."



NORAD's response to what is clearly a missile launch: "The homeland is not in danger."

Pentagon's response to what is clearly a missile launch: "Duh, did we launch a missile? We dunno? Let us get back to you on that."

President Obama's response: "What missile?"

6 comments:

Bash 'em, bash 'em, bash 'em said...

>>President Obama's response: "What missile?"

So does this mean this site is going to turn into another Obama bashing site?

Wayne Gilbert said...
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taco said...

What the hell is going on? This is fucking crazy!

taco said...

Ok, I guess it was likely from a jet engine:

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/11/09/mystery-solved-missile-launch-jet-contrail/

DDC said...

Bash 'em, bash 'em, bash 'em said...

>>President Obama's response: "What missile?"

So does this mean this site is going to turn into another Obama bashing site?
November 9, 2010 2:21 PM


Seriously?

It was obviously a light-hearted joke. He also "bashed" NORAD & the Pentagon. Get a sense of humor.


"pooswami"

bash 'em said...

Guess I'm just tired of all the bashing I see... sorry if I overreacted. So far this site has tried to be more fair than a lot of the other blogs out there which have just turned to crap for lack of anything positive or constructive to say.