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May 28, 2013

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Mystical Time Traveler

The Army doesn't want or need a new Tank but the liberal elites want to destroy the military. So they will be forced to use this useless piece of Shite!

Debbie

You may have a point Mystical Time Traveler. There has been much debate as to whether a new tank is needed. With the Left trying to cut back on military spending, you would think this would not be on the table. But it is a "hybrid", a word they love.

Doesn't matter that all these solar power companies have gone under, as well as the battery plants, and that hybrid cars are not selling that good and are WAY too expensive -- as the tank would be.

Peake

It will be interesting to see if this project goes through. If scientists think it's a valid idea and that it would be beneficial, I'm excited to see what they come up with.

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