it looks like those terrorists groups have changed the way we live,at least to some extent.
the news last night showed people buying up plastic and duct tape to seal up their homes to protect from a bio attack.i wonder what govt. brain came up with that idea
now the govt. has mobile stinger missle launchers deployed and fighter jets on more patrols around washington d.c.
they seem to be looking out for the politicians with some high tech hardware while they're telling the public to protect themselves with plastic and duct tape.
IF the govt is that concerned about an attack occurring again,then they need to tell it like it is.
there is little they can do to gaurd against "sleeper cells" of terrorists.about the only way to control the problem is to deny entry for anyone of middle east background(sorry but you can't come in,go home and blame some of your fellow countrymen for it) then keep an eye on the ones who are already here.THAT sure would make the aclu start screaming.
it's simple to me though.make SOME of them mad by denying entry or put ALL of us at risk.
drastic times call for drastic measures.
Even if they do attack with bio chemicals there is no plastic or ducktape going to stop it,even if you plastic off all your doors and window like the gov. is telling you then it will come in from the roof vents and roof eves and the basement every house has air duct and air holes that you do not know is even there so why waste you money on 15 rolls of duck tape and plastic it is not going to work.Go gov. strageities
I guess on the north end of Columbus last night the FBI did a big search on some store that sells African stuff. I guess like 20 feds were there, CPD and officers from the airport with their dog as well.
They refused to tell us why they were there.......that's bullsht.....if there's some crap going on in my backyard I(we) have a right to know or atleast an idea. "Sorry all of you burnt to ashes, we didn't want to stardle anyone."
What are missles going to do against some "dirty bomb"? The steps they are taking don't add up to what they are telling us could happen.
I was a "nuke specialist" in the military (we had nuke capable artillery). If it ever came down to using it, I was the guy that got "the call" to arm it and lob it down range and was also the NBC (Nuke, Biological,Chemical) specialist.
All of this stuff is bad, but it isn't as half as bad as most think. I liken it to a story that gets told through about the 10th person....the more people it passes through, the more extreme it gets.
Gas is gas, and Bio weapons are germs, that stuff is hard to keep concentrated in open areas. Only place I'd really be concerned about it would be at "ground zero" or the release of it in confined quarters( set-off within a structure, like a building, subway system, etc (anywhere with min. air exchange/turn-over)).
Like the suggestion with the duct-tape and plastic shrink-wrap, it's really effective in a sense of reducing the dosage amount that is received. Think of fire from smoke...you block the airways around doors and windows and you'll reduce the smoke that will enter and the smoke coming through the registers and other orifices won't be as much as without blocking notta.
Nope, didn't buy any myself. Best thing to do, if it ever happens, is to either "out-run it", or get "up-wind" from it. That's what I would do if ever faced with it.
I'd tell you guys more, but I'd have to kill you!..heheheheh
First you ridicule the gov for telling us something that made everyone go out and buy duct tape and shrink-wrap...you figure it's some VRWC thing for the economy, then you see the gmen and your mad because they won't tell you what's up. hehehhe, bashing both sides..go figure!
Kinda like the Cynthia Mckinney with the "What did Bush Know & when did he know it". But if Bush did in fact know something, and it created a scare, then the same person would ridicule Bush/the gmen for causing panic...heheeheh gotta love it!
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