Who Says That We Can’t Go To The Moon Anymore?

If all of the dollar bills Obama borrowed every day were lined up end to end, they would cover more than the distance to the moon – or more than 1,000 round trips to the moon since the community disorganizer took office.

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6 Responses to Who Says That We Can’t Go To The Moon Anymore?

  1. kbray in california says:

    Then the moon would look like this:

  2. scizzorbill says:

    Obama says no ’cause of the lack of golf courses

  3. Robertv says:

    Who says we were on the moon.

    • Ernest Bush says:

      You only need to have been an aficionado of science fiction movies at the time the moon shots took place to realize the ability with special effects was too crappy to have pulled off the scenario you are envisioning. The effects in movies was laughable at the time. Don’t waste brain cells going there.

      Besides, Myth Busters pretty thoroughly disproved all of the supposed evidence floating around out there. Accept the fact that my generation went to the moon and that liberals have effectively prevented it from happening again so that they can continue to re-distribute the wealth that could have been used to get us a permanent moon base and a program to explore and put a permanent settlement on Mars.

      This despite the fact that new engine technology has been invented that could cut the trip time to 90 days or less.

      • Ernest Bush says:

        Maybe our dear leader can figure out how to make a paper rocket out of all that money if it ever gets printed. Firing it to the moon would be a good way to place it where it is out of our economy. Preferably, he would be on board.

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