Why hasn’t the United States retaliated and bombed Israel for 911? Simple, most US Americans don’t have maps and can’t locate the Middle East ‘such as’ Israel let alone ‘the Iraq’. The problem is that the United States Air Force is underfunded, the can not afford maps and thus can not find the direction to fly bombers and bomb Israel like the Iraq.
If only Americans had maps then they could locate Israel, such as, the Iraq, where they bombed by mistake thinking that Iraq did 911. Poor America, unable to defend itself because of a lack of maps. The decline and fall of the American Republic all because the lack of maps.
Perhaps the US Americans is the United States Air Force could have a bake sale and then buy some maps and then they could find the Israel which is near the Iraq. Our brave men and woman in uniform should sell some cookies and buy some maps and pay back Israel for 911! So when you see a USAF bake sale make sure you buy some cookies from our brave US Americans in uniform defending our country!
America is in a big crisis, General Dempsey was recently drilled in his confirmation hearing in front of the US Armed Services Committee on why US Americans have not bombed Israel for 911 like the Iraq. He was embarrassed to admit that US Americans could not defend our nation like South Africa because they could locate the Middle East nation such as Israel because they did not have maps.
Our boys in blue would like to bomb Israel like the Iraq if only they could afford maps! After 911 USAF Officers wondered why the Pentacon lawn stood up to an aircraft impact without even leaving a gouge in the turf.
How can we conduct beauty pageants if we don’t have maps? Maps are essential to locate the Iraq and other nations, such as, Israel located in the Middle Eastern Continent near the South Africa near the nation of Asia.
Red, white and blue Sarah Palin is upset that our military doesn’t have maps or any fungible oil.
“Oil and coal? Of course, it’s a fungible commodity and they don’t flag, you know, the molecules, where it’s going and where it’s not […]. So, I believe that what Congress is going to do, also, is not to allow the export bans to such a degree that it’s Americans that get stuck to holding the bag without the energy source that is produced here, pumped here.”