None of us is as dumb as all of us
Yes, let's honor a "man" who was a billionaire who refused to acknowledge his daughter's existence for 17 years, while she and her mother lived paycheck to paycheck. While this was going on, he named a computer after her.
Other distros, like SuSE, had achieved this before Ubuntu was released.
... S.u.S.E. had achieved this before Ubuntu was released.
They warned us that if I voted for McCain or Romney, we'd see an increasingly warmongering, jingoistic administration out to bomb Islamic nations that have never attacked us... and they were right!
They told me if I voted for Romney, we'd see a regime increasingly in bed with multi-national companies unethically exploiting the world's food supply... and they were right!
They told me if I voted for Romney, we'd see this sort of thing... and they were right.
They told me if I voted for Romney, we'd continue to see NSA spying on citizens... and they were right!
"After all, the sequester is just one-half of 1 percent of GDP. It amounts to 1.4cents on the dollar of nondefense spending, 2 cents overall." Even with it, this year's expenditures are still more than was spent on last year's federal budget. A possible 5% reduction in discretionary spending after a 14% increase since 2008 will surely mean calamity: parents will be eating their children, Westboro Baptist and the KKK will merge, we'll finally know what the definition of is is, etc.
They told me if I voted for Romney, we'd see an administration that threatens journalists like Bob Woodward, and they were right!
They told me if I voted for Romney we'd see an administration, more beholden than the last to the interests of the RIAA & MPAA... and they were right.
They told me if I voted for Romney, we'd see DHS continue with abuse power... and they were right.
>More importantly, lets have a study regarding the effects of the united states having troops in nearly every country on earth
We have troops in 25 countries (not counting territories), not "nearly ever country on earth."
>being involved in at least 3 wars simultaneously
>US military glamorizing their profession through television and news adds.
You're right. They shouldn't advertise. The gubmint should make service mandatory. This would only be a bad thing when those republicans are in office though.
>stop putting rifles into the hands of teenagers
The average age for most military personnel is nearly 30. http://www.statisticbrain.com/demographics-of-active-duty-u-s-military/
>sending them into 3rd world countries to "keep the peace"
The largest number of troops are stationed in first world Europe, South Korea and Japan.
You're reasoning isn't consistent but at least you're conformist rebel attitude is.
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They told me if I voted for Rmoney, we'd see an administration increasingly supporting despotic, middle eastern regimes... and they were right!
The first is that the Goracle accepts $100,000,000 of dirty oil money. The second is they closed the deal before the end of the year to avoid higher taxes. I thought democrats wanted higher taxes on the wealthy?
Again, nothing wrong with a muslim, foreign nation's state owned media apparatus broadcasting into other nations. Could you imagine the outcry if the CBN bought the BBC?