I turned on the television last night and watched a reporter interview a group of Trump supporters about the Space Force. He asked them perfectly reasonable questions such as: We already have a branch of the military dedicated to space exploration. Why do we need to spend billions of dollars for another?
The answer that made the most sense was “Because I like the way it sounds.
Another question was: What will the purpose of the Space Force be?
There again the answers befuddle the mind. Apparently General Zod is planning to return from exile and join forces with the ISIS terrorists currently circling earth in their drones and, because Superman is dead, we’re up shit creek without a paddle without Space Force.
The last question I remember was: The Pentagon says forming another branch of the military is pointless so why go to that expense?
Guess what? NASA hasn’t been telling us the truth about what’s up in space. Mars is a lush paradise with riches beyond belief and plenty of oil so drill, baby, drill! Jobs for everybody!
Here’s the question I wish the reporter would have asked: Once Space Force conquers Mars and forces out the current occupants (who are illegal rapists and murderers from the planet Saturn) would you take advantage of his offer to send you and your family on an all expenses paid vacation to the Trump Red Planet Resort on the Sea of Tranquility?
What question would you like to ask Trump supporters about Space Force?
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These Trump supporters are the epitome of stupid.
They just can’t stand any criticism of anything he says or does.
That was a good post, Jan. Unfortunately there are people who take the Space Force seriously – and they all have money and power. Sad.
I have to get rid of 90% of my possessions. I’ve been distressed that there’s no easy way to match what I have to give with poor people in Vacaville who could use my dishes and glasses, my pots and pans, my couch, chairs and desks. Big Data can tell advertisers how to target ads to my internet activities; but Big Data can’t tell me the 100 poorest families in Vacaville who could use my stuff. Jesus told the young, rich man, Sell all your possessions and give the money to the poor. Even Jesus knew nobody wants your old stuff.
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Thanks Layton. We travel lighter without possessions but it is hard to part with things sacred to our grandparents. Or to our friends. Really hard. I’m sure you will find peace if you kept the path of Jesus in mind. Too many people don’t realize that path and confuse it with something far different. The same I’m afraid in many religions. Joel and I wish you much love and peace in your new journey. Hope to buy you a beer soon!
So disturbing. So very, very disturbing.
You wrote it well.
Thanks Joey. You can’t get anywhere by trying to talk rationally with some folks, unfortunately.
Reblogged this on glynhockey.
I would refrain from asking any question that would be answered with lies.
Thanks for the reblog Glyn. I don’t think these people believe they’re lying which is the scary part.
My brain just melted and now looks like a cheese toastie in my lap
Oh my…! I’m hoping this is fiction 🙂
There are people who believe NASA is lying about what is out in space and that ISIS will attack us from space if we don’t do something. Unfortunately that’s not fiction. The rest is well, yup, satire.