monk wrote:I am sitting here thinking of the damage a republican congress and president could do to this country and whether I would happily let it happen if there was even the remotest chance I could stand on the moon before I die.
We should replace bilingual education with immersion in English so people learn the common language of the country and so they learn the language of prosperity, not the language of living in a ghetto.
spacefem wrote:there ya go man, sell some racism, what could go wrong?
Daktoria wrote:What's the difference between illegal immigration and someone being raped?
Squaz wrote:How about if colonizing the moon gets Newt Gingrich away from us?
Outer space is pretty big. If chauvinists want their own little club, the big rock we call the moon is a fine place for them.
Sonic# wrote:A big part of me, the part of me that once cuddled with books by Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke, the part of me that really liked Outbound Flight by Timothy Zahn, the part of me that devoured astronomy books like candy at a young age, the part of me that cries with joy whenever I think of a spaceship in the blue sky - I want a moon base. But I can't vote for GIngrich.
I don't think that there's the political will in Congress for such a major project. Unmanned exploration, sure. Limited human exploration, yes. A permanent moon base? In human history, we've only gone to the moon consistently enough for a moon base to be viable once, and that was in the early 70s. The cost was and will be exorbitant.
Bork wrote:PLEASE tell me that picture is on fb so I can share it.
Mordak wrote:Just jumping in to say Australian's aren't as racist as everyone reckons. It's starting to shit me off..
Also, it seems the meth problem you have in America has finally reached Congress. Congratulations, and please send back moon cheese
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