Obama has killed the Space Shuttle - Now he's after the ISS...
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Obama has killed the Space Shuttle - Now he's after the ISS...

Mesa : AZ : USA | Aug 02, 2011 at 8:37 PM PDT
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President Obama's Call to the International Space Station

It was recently announced that the International Space Station now has an expected life span of a little over 8 years, scheduled to be flown into the ocean in 2020.

Obama is doing everything possible to turn the United States into a Third World Nation. Nasa's budget has been cut to the bone (along with all of the Research and Development it's provided)

The United States was once the Leader when it came to Technology, but any funding that went those directions has been spent bailing out banks, the auto industry and shoving "Obama Care" down our throats.

The "Liberal" way of thinking fits Obama's plans to a "T" - Give the "peasants" just enough to keep them alive and make them think all of the money is being "evenly distributed" (and if you really think that's what's happening, feel free to lean back and have another swig of "the kool-aid")

Our Shuttle program is now history, the program that was supposed to replace it has been cancelled (by Obama) and it will take us DECADES to get back to where we were - it would have taken us 20 years to get back to the moon and then on to Mars, but Obama has now set us back a good 50-75 years...

The New Technology that came from the space program paid for itself by providing 25 dollars for every dollar we put into it - now we've cut funding to the bone...

Maybe 100 years from now we'll be living in caves...

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