San Francisco Rejects storied WW2 naval vessel...

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    http://www.breitbart.com/news/2005/08/20/D8C3PH0G0.html

    Been away for a week so forgive me if its been posted.

    More evidence that liberalism is an enemy to the US and our future.
     
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    I can't believe they're so blinded by anti-war propoganda that they'd reject such a huge piece of history. I mean, I was stoked at the Naval Academy just because the dead, unfirable gun I used for drill had seen some sort of action in WWII or Korea, and this is a whole frickin battleship whose history is fully documented. Next thing you know, San Fran's gonna kick out all their military bases and China's gonna invade via California because it's such an easy target. Don't any of these fruit cakes realise that without the U.S. military, the world would suck?
     
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    Found memories as a young man...sorta ...kinda...Went to Basic Training at Fort Ord,California...US Army 1964...Processed out of the Army 1968 at Fort Ord,California...this is where I was spit upon by the wonderful flower children during the Vietnam era...seems the names have changed but not the faces..
    Not surprised by this as they took over this beautiful city and made it a slum of immorality...and will not let go! :mad:


    And if this is not enough Fort Ord was closed down and sold to the highest bidders...one comes to mind who has a nice perverted Hacienda on this hollowed ground...one non other than "Steven Spilberg...Hollywood et al! :wtf:
     
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    I would not want a mighty warship to rest at ease in such a left wristed pit as SF.

    If we ever have a ship named "Rainbow Brite" then........
     

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