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US Navy's most expensive ship ever can't get ammo to deck, can't launch new F-35 fighters

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The US Navy’s new $13 billion aircraft carrier was delivered with only two of its 11 elevators –vital to get munitions to its deck– operational. For the Navy, it’s the latest in a series of costly embarrassments.

Do you still think we can't find a better place to spend our dollars? We are not only out-spending other nations in defense, but we can also boast having inferior weapons to show for it.

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And, of course, we're told we can't afford universal health care.

50 years ago we landed guys on the moon, now we can't get elevators to work. Conald should set the lofty goal of getting them to work by the end of the decade.

We're #1! We're #1! We're #1! NOT.

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Jimmy Carter said it best:"Carter said. "Since 1979, do you know how many times China has been at war with anybody? None. And we have stayed at war," he said.

Carter said the United States is "the most warlike nation in the history of the world" due to a desire to impose American values on other countries, and he suggested that China is investing its resources into projects such as high-speed railroads instead of defense spending.

"How many miles of high-speed railroad do we have in this country?"

Zero

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