Your side lost the game. Get over it.
My side is America. Yes, America lost in this case. I refuse to get over it.
Call me if he starts trying to run an email server to pass classified infomartion to skirt federal record keeping rules on that same box, THEN you might have a story.
You mean if he inappropriately revealed classified information, like worthless piece of shit Trump's national security advisor Michael Flynn?
For contrast, note that Bush appointed a crony as head of FEMA who completely fell on his face during Katrina, and Obama appointed Caroline Kennedy as ambassador to Japan, who was completely outmastered in our recent Japanese treaty negotiations(*).
So, Bush and Obama were both shitty Presidents. I think that has been firmly established. Should we just give worthless piece of shit Trump a pass since the other Presidents were shitty, too?
not sure why you mentioned it in the article at all. its still less than the russian budget by 2 billion
Funding for the next decade of Russian space activity stands at just 1.4 trillion rubles ($21.5 billion)
Like for instance Gary Johnson. Why is that?
The US does whatever the hell it wants, and doesn't care overly much about world opinion.
And rightfully so. If you want it handled differently, clean it the fuck up yourself.
The problem with a pre-emptive strike in NK is all of the artillery standing-by ready to fire into SK. We could easily steamroll NK, but it would cause massive casualties to our allies in SK.
I wouldn't want to work anywhere that had a nativity scene displayed all the time.
In addition the shooter had no way to know with any reasonable degree of certainty that the 'drone' was unarmed. It could have been carrying an explosive device - and not just a gun as was recently seen, but actual c4 explosive.
Or a nuke! Or anthrax! Or ebola! Or even AIDS, god save us all!!!!!!!!
programmers interested in breaking into management
DON'T DO IT!
Auto mechanics purchase their own standard tools, sockets, screw driver, pliers, etc
I believe that they also purchase their own metric tools.
We all agree on the necessity of compromise. We just can't agree on when it's necessary to compromise. -- Larry Wall