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Pentagon Can Spend On Gay Benefits But Can’t Afford To Refuel Air Craft Carrier

Pentagon Can Spend On Gay Benefits But Can’t Afford To Refuel Air Craft Carrier



Outgoing Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has been talking about a 22% reduction in the Pentagon budget. Yet, as I reported yesterday, Panetta is also poised to extend a number of costly benefits to the unmarried partners of gay military personnel. At a time when the rest of the military has to cut their budgets, Panetta wants to spend more money to reward the sinful lifestyles of homosexual members of the military. But mind you, the same benefits are NOT being extended to the unmarried partners of heterosexual military personnel.

So how bad are the military budget cuts that will help to pay for those discriminatory benefits?

Part of that budget reduction involves the decrease in the number of military personnel serving our country. Every branch of the armed forces is cutting back on their active duty rosters. The Marine Corp stands to lose 15,200 from its active and reserve ranks. The Army and Army National Guard will be losing 67,100 soldiers while the Navy reduces its staff by 8,600 and the Air Force by 1,700 for a grand total of 82,600. The plan is supposed to help reduce the Pentagon budget by $487 billion dollars over the next ten years.


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Pentagon Can Spend On Gay Benefits But Can’t Afford To Refuel Air Craft Carrier



Outgoing Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has been talking about a 22% reduction in the Pentagon budget. Yet, as I reported yesterday, Panetta is also poised to extend a number of costly benefits to the unmarried partners of gay military personnel. At a time when the rest of the military has to cut their budgets, Panetta wants to spend more money to reward the sinful lifestyles of homosexual members of the military. But mind you, the same benefits are NOT being extended to the unmarried partners of heterosexual military personnel.

So how bad are the military budget cuts that will help to pay for those discriminatory benefits?

Part of that budget reduction involves the decrease in the number of military personnel serving our country. Every branch of the armed forces is cutting back on their active duty rosters. The Marine Corp stands to lose 15,200 from its active and reserve ranks. The Army and Army National Guard will be losing 67,100 soldiers while the Navy reduces its staff by 8,600 and the Air Force by 1,700 for a grand total of 82,600. The plan is supposed to help reduce the Pentagon budget by $487 billion dollars over the next ten years.


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So treating all service people equally is an unfair reward to gay troops?
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Pentagon Can Spend On Gay Benefits But Can’t Afford To Refuel Air Craft Carrier



Outgoing Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has been talking about a 22% reduction in the Pentagon budget. Yet, as I reported yesterday, Panetta is also poised to extend a number of costly benefits to the unmarried partners of gay military personnel. At a time when the rest of the military has to cut their budgets, Panetta wants to spend more money to reward the sinful lifestyles of homosexual members of the military. But mind you, the same benefits are NOT being extended to the unmarried partners of heterosexual military personnel.

So how bad are the military budget cuts that will help to pay for those discriminatory benefits?

Part of that budget reduction involves the decrease in the number of military personnel serving our country. Every branch of the armed forces is cutting back on their active duty rosters. The Marine Corp stands to lose 15,200 from its active and reserve ranks. The Army and Army National Guard will be losing 67,100 soldiers while the Navy reduces its staff by 8,600 and the Air Force by 1,700 for a grand total of 82,600. The plan is supposed to help reduce the Pentagon budget by $487 billion dollars over the next ten years.


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OK... thats bad but I think this is even worse.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...ess-uninsured/
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You do know if we stopped funding crazy Bush wars we'd have money to pay for bridges, schools, police, and health care?

This proves you know literally nothing about anything. Why do you even bother posting? All you do is embarras yourself.

Also you might be interesting in how "refueling" a nuclear powered warship actually works:

“Refueling” is almost a misnomer. The heart of Nimitz-class aircraft carriers like the Lincoln are two nuclear reactors that are “refueled” only once during its 50-year lifetime. Moving the nuclear material into the reactors is a painstaking process much more complicated than just filling a gas tank. “Refueling” also includes overhauling the carrier: taking out everything, down to the bulkheads, and installing new equipment. It typically takes three or four years. The Navy has said that the 25-year-old Lincoln is undeployable until it gets the service.
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You do know if we stopped funding crazy Bush wars we'd have money to pay for bridges, schools, police, and health care?

This proves you know literally nothing about anything. Why do you even bother posting? All you do is embarras yourself.

Also you might be interesting in how "refueling" a nuclear powered warship actually works:

“Refueling” is almost a misnomer. The heart of Nimitz-class aircraft carriers like the Lincoln are two nuclear reactors that are “refueled” only once during its 50-year lifetime. Moving the nuclear material into the reactors is a painstaking process much more complicated than just filling a gas tank. “Refueling” also includes overhauling the carrier: taking out everything, down to the bulkheads, and installing new equipment. It typically takes three or four years. The Navy has said that the 25-year-old Lincoln is undeployable until it gets the service.
Fuck off dunce, we've forgotten more about this shit than you will ever know.
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Old 02-12-2013, 05:09 PM   #12
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You do know if we stopped funding crazy Bush wars we'd have money to pay for bridges, schools, police, and health care?

This proves you know literally nothing about anything. Why do you even bother posting? All you do is embarras yourself.

Also you might be interesting in how "refueling" a nuclear powered warship actually works:

“Refueling” is almost a misnomer. The heart of Nimitz-class aircraft carriers like the Lincoln are two nuclear reactors that are “refueled” only once during its 50-year lifetime. Moving the nuclear material into the reactors is a painstaking process much more complicated than just filling a gas tank. “Refueling” also includes overhauling the carrier: taking out everything, down to the bulkheads, and installing new equipment. It typically takes three or four years. The Navy has said that the 25-year-old Lincoln is undeployable until it gets the service.
if we stopped giving away free phones

we would have plenty of $$ as well

fuck off, LOON
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if we stopped giving away free phones

we would have plenty of $$ as well

fuck off, LOON
When have "we" given away free phones?
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When have "we" given away free phones?
Millions Improperly Claimed U.S. Phone Subsidies

By SPENCER E. ANTE

The U.S. government spent about $2.2 billion last year to provide phones to low-income Americans, but a Wall Street Journal review of the program shows that a large number of those who received the phones haven't proved they are eligible to receive them.

The Lifeline program—begun in 1984 to ensure that poor people aren't cut off from jobs, families and emergency services—is funded by charges that appear on the monthly bills of every landline and wireless-phone customer. Payouts under the program have shot up from $819 million in 2008, as more wireless carriers have persuaded regulators to let them offer the service.

Suspecting that many of the new subscribers were ineligible, the Federal Communications Commission tightened the rules last year and required carriers to verify that existing subscribers were eligible. The agency estimated 15% of users would be weeded out, but far more were dropped.

A review of five top recipients of Lifeline support conducted by the FCC for the Journal showed that 41% of their more than six million subscribers either couldn't demonstrate their eligibility or didn't respond to requests for certification.

The carriers—AT&T T +1.05% Inc.; Telrite Corp.; Tag Mobile USA; Verizon Communications VZ +0.27% Inc.; and the Virgin Mobile USA unit of Sprint Nextel S +2.07% Corp.—accounted for 34% of total Lifeline subscribers last May. Two of the other largest providers, TracFone Wireless Inc. and Nexus Communications Inc., asked the FCC to keep their counts confidential. Results for the full program weren't available.

The program is open to people who meet federal poverty guidelines or are on food stamps, Medicaid or other assistance programs, and only one Lifeline subscriber is allowed per household.

The program, which is administered by the nonprofit Universal Service Administrative Co., has grown rapidly as wireless carriers persuaded regulators to let people use the program for cellphone service. It pays carriers $9.25 a customer per month toward free or discounted wireless service.

Americans pay an average of $2.50 a month per household to fund a number of subsidized communications programs, including Lifeline.

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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...NewsCollection

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Millions Improperly Claimed U.S. Phone Subsidies

By SPENCER E. ANTE

The U.S. government spent about $2.2 billion last year to provide phones to low-income Americans, but a Wall Street Journal review of the program shows that a large number of those who received the phones haven't proved they are eligible to receive them.

The Lifeline program—begun in 1984 to ensure that poor people aren't cut off from jobs, families and emergency services—is funded by charges that appear on the monthly bills of every landline and wireless-phone customer. Payouts under the program have shot up from $819 million in 2008, as more wireless carriers have persuaded regulators to let them offer the service.

Suspecting that many of the new subscribers were ineligible, the Federal Communications Commission tightened the rules last year and required carriers to verify that existing subscribers were eligible. The agency estimated 15% of users would be weeded out, but far more were dropped.

A review of five top recipients of Lifeline support conducted by the FCC for the Journal showed that 41% of their more than six million subscribers either couldn't demonstrate their eligibility or didn't respond to requests for certification.

The carriers—AT&T T +1.05% Inc.; Telrite Corp.; Tag Mobile USA; Verizon Communications VZ +0.27% Inc.; and the Virgin Mobile USA unit of Sprint Nextel S +2.07% Corp.—accounted for 34% of total Lifeline subscribers last May. Two of the other largest providers, TracFone Wireless Inc. and Nexus Communications Inc., asked the FCC to keep their counts confidential. Results for the full program weren't available.

The program is open to people who meet federal poverty guidelines or are on food stamps, Medicaid or other assistance programs, and only one Lifeline subscriber is allowed per household.

The program, which is administered by the nonprofit Universal Service Administrative Co., has grown rapidly as wireless carriers persuaded regulators to let people use the program for cellphone service. It pays carriers $9.25 a customer per month toward free or discounted wireless service.

Americans pay an average of $2.50 a month per household to fund a number of subsidized communications programs, including Lifeline.

More here:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...NewsCollection


This says they pay for it. You did read the article, right?
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This says they pay for it. You did read the article, right?
Does what they spend equal the government expenditure? No, STFU.
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So treating all service people equally is an unfair reward to gay troops?
How is it equal? Hetero BF's/GF's don't get the same benefits....once again the left takes shit too fucking far and call's it "equality" ....what a pile of fucking shit.

Women in combat? no problem....left get's involved, they only have to do 1/2 what the boys do...because that in some fucking imaginary land is "FAIR" lol

Gays serving? AWESOME!! Already are and no one gives a fuck.....gay bf's/gf's getting AWESOME perks straight people have to be married for? Sounds like more left wing fairness....

EO? Cool!! Women deserve 10,600 bucks a year for being born and existing....we as america owe them b/c their daddy's X sperm got there brfore a Y did.


That's left wing "Fairness" and "Fair pay" for women....

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if we stopped giving away free phones

we would have plenty of $$ as well

fuck off, LOON
I highly doubt you ever knew it in the first place.

Also what do free phones have to do with the topic of your thread? You created the post and linked to some bullshit article that was not only wildly inaccurate but full of half-truths.

You are both pathetic losers. You're nothing but trolls.
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You are both pathetic losers. You're nothing but trolls.
That's it!

You tell 'em, dano!

It's about time someone arose and stood up to those 2 bullies!

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I highly doubt you ever knew it in the first place.

Also what do free phones have to do with the topic of your thread? You created the post and linked to some bullshit article that was not only wildly inaccurate but full of half-truths.

You are both pathetic losers. You're nothing but trolls.
OK dumb fuck tell us what you know about this subject we'll wait
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Millions Improperly Claimed U.S. Phone Subsidies

By SPENCER E. ANTE

The U.S. government spent about $2.2 billion last year to provide phones to low-income Americans, but a Wall Street Journal review of the program shows that a large number of those who received the phones haven't proved they are eligible to receive them.

The Lifeline program—begun in 1984 to ensure that poor people aren't cut off from jobs, families and emergency services—is funded by charges that appear on the monthly bills of every landline and wireless-phone customer. Payouts under the program have shot up from $819 million in 2008, as more wireless carriers have persuaded regulators to let them offer the service.

Suspecting that many of the new subscribers were ineligible, the Federal Communications Commission tightened the rules last year and required carriers to verify that existing subscribers were eligible. The agency estimated 15% of users would be weeded out, but far more were dropped.

A review of five top recipients of Lifeline support conducted by the FCC for the Journal showed that 41% of their more than six million subscribers either couldn't demonstrate their eligibility or didn't respond to requests for certification.

The carriers—AT&T T +1.05% Inc.; Telrite Corp.; Tag Mobile USA; Verizon Communications VZ +0.27% Inc.; and the Virgin Mobile USA unit of Sprint Nextel S +2.07% Corp.—accounted for 34% of total Lifeline subscribers last May. Two of the other largest providers, TracFone Wireless Inc. and Nexus Communications Inc., asked the FCC to keep their counts confidential. Results for the full program weren't available.

The program is open to people who meet federal poverty guidelines or are on food stamps, Medicaid or other assistance programs, and only one Lifeline subscriber is allowed per household.

The program, which is administered by the nonprofit Universal Service Administrative Co., has grown rapidly as wireless carriers persuaded regulators to let people use the program for cellphone service. It pays carriers $9.25 a customer per month toward free or discounted wireless service.

Americans pay an average of $2.50 a month per household to fund a number of subsidized communications programs, including Lifeline.

More here:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...NewsCollection

This program was instituted by a Republican president wasn't it? Reagan, I believe.
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OK dumb fuck tell us what you know about this subject we'll wait
Gladly!

The United States spends more money on "defense" than it does on Medicare. That was about $718 billion dollars in 2011. In 2012 defense spending was 6-7 times grearter than what China spent ($106 bililon). Additionally, the U.S.'s defense expenditures, in 2012, was greater than the next 20 countries combined.

Furthermore the U.S. has 11 aircraft carriers. The country with the next greatest number? Spain. How many do they have? 2. How many does China have? 1. And it's half the size of a U.S. carrier.

Instead of spending billions of dollars on wasteful wars, over-budget jets, and a whole host of other stuff that makes the U.S. hated throughout the world we could instead spending that money on: reparing bridges, providing adequate medicla care, feeding the hungry, helping to fund Social Security, and funding public schools.

Hell you can even cut the defense budget and still not risk national security. But you don't even bother to try and show that. All you can do is post dumb-fuck articles that get basic facts wrong.
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Gladly!

The United States spends more money on "defense" than it does on Medicare. That was about $718 billion dollars in 2011. In 2012 defense spending was 6-7 times grearter than what China spent ($106 bililon). Additionally, the U.S.'s defense expenditures, in 2012, was greater than the next 20 countries combined.

Furthermore the U.S. has 11 aircraft carriers. The country with the next greatest number? Spain. How many do they have? 2. How many does China have? 1. And it's half the size of a U.S. carrier.

Instead of spending billions of dollars on wasteful wars, over-budget jets, and a whole host of other stuff that makes the U.S. hated throughout the world we could instead spending that money on: reparing bridges, providing adequate medicla care, feeding the hungry, helping to fund Social Security, and funding public schools.

Hell you can even cut the defense budget and still not risk national security. But you don't even bother to try and show that. All you can do is post dumb-fuck articles that get basic facts wrong.
STFU with these made up "sources"

LIES,all of em LIES
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