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Friday, November 28, 2008

Opinion: America Deserves Blame for Asteroid Impact

by Sam D. Deouchbegg
VNN-November 28, 2008

The recent impact of a large asteroid and subsequent destruction of a large area of Spain is a direct result of the Iraq war and the failed policies of the Bush administration. This is yet another 1,000,000 corpses that you can lay at the feet of Uncle Sam.

Preposterous you say? If you consider that Amerikkka has spent over $600 BILLION dollars on the Iraq War and the so-called “war on terror,” and less than $100 billion dollars on NASA since 2003, it would stand to reason that had that money been redirected to a program dedicated to the detection and destruction of NEOs or Near Earth Objects, asteroids that intersect the orbit of the planet, this tragedy could have easily been prevented. Its official: George W. Bush is now worse than Hitler.

Had Barack Obama been in office, this tragedy would have never happened. Nasa and the U.S. Military would have been well equipped to stop the asteroid, instead of being used to torture carpet merchants and carpet-bomb women and children.

And had NASA failed, Obama could have stopped the asteroid himself, with fireballs from his eyes, and bolts of lightning from his arse.

Samuel D. Deouchbegg is a professor of political science at UCLA Berkley, and author of the New York Times best-selling book Amerikkka the Evil: Reclaiming Trinity from Capitalism


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