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You've been SO waiting so you could defend this idiot yet again? To even suggest that this is where Cheney may have been, at any time, is stupid at best.
You got me! Because them terristers boys will build a wayback machine and do harm to that shining example of American shitwittery.

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Well now Mc Bear......

For a guy who claims to be a Major from the USAF you don't seem to be a whole lot worried about security issues.

Are there nukes at Cheyenne Mountain?

Now I've never been there so I don't know for sure. What I know about that place I saw in the movies.

But let's say that I was given the job checking for security breeches at that installation and while at the local watering hole a USAF Major was shooting his mouth off about a great big steel door and a narrow hallway to go through to get into a classified area.

Wiuld I be right or wrong in naming him in my report as a security risk?
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Well now Mc Bear......

For a guy who claims to be a Major from the USAF you don't seem to be a whole lot worried about security issues.

Are there nukes at Cheyenne Mountain?

Now I've never been there so I don't know for sure. What I know about that place I saw in the movies.

But let's say that I was given the job checking for security breeches at that installation and while at the local watering hole a USAF Major was shooting his mouth off about a great big steel door and a narrow hallway to go through to get into a classified area.

Wiuld I be right or wrong in naming him in my report as a security risk?
Considering there are public tours to Cheyenne Mountain that go through that great big steel door, it would be interesting to see what the results of your report would be.

Then again, it is very possible that the "leak" was intentional, that the "undisclosed location" is now somewhere else and the temporary safe site is now moot, much like Greenbriar.

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Considering there are public tours to Cheyenne Mountain that go through that great big steel door, it would be interesting to see what the results of your report would be.

Then again, it is very possible that the "leak" was intentional, that the "undisclosed location" is now somewhere else and the temporary safe site is now moot, much like Greenbriar.
So the questions I asked you will not answer?

If so ... Ok!

And like I said... "I've never been there", but I am pretty sure that there's more than one steel door there!
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Considering there are public tours to Cheyenne Mountain that go through that great big steel door, it would be interesting to see what the results of your report would be.

Then again, it is very possible that the "leak" was intentional, that the "undisclosed location" is now somewhere else and the temporary safe site is now moot, much like Greenbriar.


I think a lot of the information for these triple secret locations is already a moot point, using the Greenbriar as an example, I first heard about the existence of the 2nd WhiteHouse underneath my favorite luxury resort in the summer of 1973 as a boy of 14 while over hearing dinner conversation between my father and the GM of the resort....
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The thing I figured out a while back was that politicians are smarter than they sometimes appear. What you hear is usually what they want you to hear. What they know is oft times very much more than they let on but they would go directly to jail if they chatted.

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It is obvious the disclosure of this information will result on a Taliban Assault Team attacking the VP's residence at the Naval Observatory in a night assault.

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It is obvious the disclosure of this information will result on a Taliban Assault Team attacking the VP's residence at the Naval Observatory in a night assault.

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Probably not, but why bring attention to something that needs no light on it in the first place?

It may be meaningless to you that Biden appears to have a loose lip, but where does that loose lip end?

If Biden were a member of the Armed Forced an infraction like that would probably get his security clearance revoked and his remaining time in the military would be a sad hodge podge of mustering other useless rejects and watching them pick up cigarette butts.

This was the point that I was trying to make with my previous post(s).

So make an excuse for him today and who will you make an excuse for tomorrow and for what?

Better off ... why? Why make excuses for Biden? Or any politician for that matter? Or anyone that you know is wrong?

I have yet to understand why each and everytime a democrat gets caught in an "off position" it appears that it some sort of "sacred duty" of the party drones to lay up a smoke screen so that their member can slither away.

Plain and simply .... Biden is wrong and should learn to curb his tongue or just keep his mouth shut!
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It may be meaningless to you that Biden appears to have a loose lip, but where does that loose lip end?

If Biden were a member of the Armed Forced an infraction like that would probably get his security clearance revoked and his remaining time in the military would be a sad hodge podge of mustering other useless rejects and watching them pick up cigarette butts.

This was the point that I was trying to make with my previous post(s).

So make an excuse for him today and who will you make an excuse for tomorrow and for what?
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