Did we give away more secrets?

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    The Barry Hussein administration is either totally ignorant or is engaging in treason (again) when we gave away the ultra secret technology involved in the unmanned drones. Didn't we have a contingency plan in case a drone was shot down? A drone landed in Iran and Barry said to leave it there because we didn't want to give the Iranian people the impression that we were acting in a hostile way. Anyone ever hear such hogwash? We should have had a remote controlled destruction device aboard (duh, didn't the geniuses in the Pentagon think of that one?) or we should have gone ahead and recovered it. Now we gave China a decades leap in technology just like when Clinton sold them ICBM secrets during the 90's.
     
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    Iran says it won't return drone to U.S...
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    General: Iran won't return U.S. drone it claims to have
    Sun December 11, 2011 - General: "No one sends back the spying equipment and its information back"; Iran says it downed an American drone on December 4; The Pentagon says it lost contact with a drone and has not recovered it; U.S. officials say it was part of an Afghan mission
    Uncle Ferd says we gonna get dat ex-FBI agent dey been holdin' in exchange fer the drone technology.

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    CIA Leaves Base in Pakistan Used for Drone Strikes
    December 11, 2011 — The Central Intelligence Agency has vacated an air base in western Pakistan that it had been using for drone strikes against militants in the country’s tribal areas, the Pakistani military said on Sunday.
     
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    When two bit dictator faces down Barry Hussein who do you think is going to blink first? If he can't use NATO for camouflage Barry looks like what he is, a community activist waving 20 dollar bills on the street corner to buy votes for democrats.
     
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    I would worry more about Iran's nuclear program than the prospect that they would be able to replicate a drone within 10 years. In my eyes, Iran has every right to not return the drone to the US. You can't just fly into another state's territory with military equipment and expect it to be acceptable, especially if that equipment has managed to kill as many civillians as the Predator has. It's better 100 guilty people die than 1 innocent, not the other way around.
     
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    I think the harlot that owns you would take offence to that comment.
     
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    Now matter how many secrets Iran has now, it will pale in comparison to the secrets obama has yet to give them.
     
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    Valid contribution to this message board.

    Allow me to clarify, I mean it in the sense that there should be no civilian casualties as a result of acquiring a guilty / wanted target, no matter how important the target may be.
     
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    We have the greatest Military and equipment ever seen on the face of the earth and the president seems more interested in promoting gay bars on post than military strategy. Instead of trembling and giggling like a school girl, Obama should order a freaking Stealth bomber to destroy the Drone before they can get a chance to take it apart or parade it in the next muslem brotherhood demonstration.
     
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    It's called "collateral damage". It is an inescapable part of warfare. We are at war with the Taliban, and the Al Quaeda organization terrorists it nourished, fed, hid and supported. We did not start this war; they did. We are, however, going to finish this war, and we will just have to kill whoever and whatever gets in the way of that. I do not particularly care how many of them that is. If it supports them, harbors them, feeds them, or supplies them, it IS them, and therefore it is the enemy. We are going to wipe Islamic terrorism from the face of this planet, without exception, without pity, without mercy, without quarter, and without remorse.
     
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