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#3
being president doesn't have anything to do with it. he just wants that moneh moneh moneh moneh
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#4
Does that mean he promises to fix all the problems in the world in the space of 2 terms and still have time to colonise the moon?
#10
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Actually, fuck Moon Bases. We need a president that promises crab cakes.


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#11
First of all, aint nobody voting for a guy named "newt". That's the name for a kind of lizard. Second, he's way too damn ugly to be president. No one would want to see him on TV and pictures.
#14
That would be pretty cool. I'll meet you on the Dark Side of the Moon boys.
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#15
We should send newts there first
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#17
He doesn't have good hair, he therefore won't be president. Americans consider hair to be the most important quality in a president.
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He doesn't have good hair, he therefore won't be president. Americans consider hair to be the most important quality in a president.

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#20
Wait... I thought the hot topic topic was national deficit. What the fuck is this shit?
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#22
For the record, this is actually possible - when all the hype about the mars rovers made people want to send people to mars last decade, NASA started looking into sustainable space-bases for the job, with some legitimate results. The research from that could be easily modified for the moon.

I don't endorse Gingrich, just saying this isn't as crazy as it sounds. It is as awesome as it sounds though.
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#23
LEMMY KILMElSTER 2012
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#24
Quote by necrosis1193
For the record, this is actually possible - when all the hype about the mars rovers made people want to send people to mars last decade, NASA started looking into sustainable space-bases for the job, with some legitimate results. The research from that could be easily modified for the moon.

I don't endorse Gingrich, just saying this isn't as crazy as it sounds. It is as awesome as it sounds though.

Oh sure it's possible, but not within 2 presidental terms and it will be expensive as ****. It just shows how much conctact this guy has with reality.
#25
In Soviet Russia, Moon Colony promises Gingrich... and sure death of all humans on the moon in the most tragic way imaginable in each individual case.
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#28
Nigga ran outta votes, so he pulled the moon card lol.
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#29
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Nigga ran outta votes, so he pulled the moon card lol.

And mars with it
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#30
It can be done if we actually try.

Kennedy promised we would land on the moon in 1961 by the end of the 60s, and we did.
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#31
JERRY SPRlNGER 2012
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#32
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And mars with it

"Vote me as president for four terms and I'll bring you unobtainum!"
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It can be done if we actually try.

Kennedy promised we would land on the moon in 1961 by the end of the 60s, and we filmed a fake landing on Earth and showed it on television.

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#33
I believe that the best way to get America back on it's feet would entail a big push for something technologically colossal.


I also believe that Newt Gingrich is a colossal cocksucker.


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#34
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Oh sure it's possible, but not within 2 presidental terms and it will be expensive as ****. It just shows how much conctact this guy has with reality.


Actually, it's very possible within two presidential terms. NASA has spent the last four or five years working on new technology capable of returning to the moon much faster than the old Apollo systems. They've tested them out in the desert around Area 51, and the maiden flight of the program is set for 2017. I'm not sure if that's set to go to the moon or not, but it is being worked on, and it can carry I believe 150,000 lbs. of cargo, so it can be used for the task.

As for cost, not as much as it seems - NASA doesn't take up 1% of the US federal budget. As much as it looks and sounds like on paper, the space program really isn't expensive at all compared to things like defense and social programs. Hell, the biggest percentage of US budget its ever taken up wasn't even 5% of the budget.

It's not as expensive as it sounds. And it inarguably does create jobs, which seems to be the hot-button issue other than budget nowadays, and jobs that were lost with little replacement when the Shuttle program shut down.
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#35
Quote by necrosis1193
Actually, it's very possible within two presidential terms. NASA has spent the last four or five years working on new technology capable of returning to the moon much faster than the old Apollo systems. They've tested them out in the desert around Area 51, and the maiden flight of the program is set for 2017. I'm not sure if that's set to go to the moon or not, but it is being worked on, and it can carry I believe 150,000 lbs. of cargo, so it can be used for the task.

As for cost, not as much as it seems - NASA doesn't take up 1% of the US federal budget. As much as it looks and sounds like on paper, the space program really isn't expensive at all compared to things like defense and social programs. Hell, the biggest percentage of US budget its ever taken up wasn't even 5% of the budget.

It's not as expensive as it sounds. And it inarguably does create jobs, which seems to be the hot-button issue other than budget nowadays, and jobs that were lost with little replacement when the Shuttle program shut down.


When your country is $15trillion in debt, making a base on the moon should be the least of your concerns.

When your citizens can't even afford healthcare and millions live in poverty, making a base on the moon should be the least of your concerns.
#36

"By putting a giant 'laser' on the moon, I have turned the moon into something I like to call a 'Death Star'."
#37
Yes. Astronomy geek that I am, I would KILL for this to happen. maybe not by 2020, but imagine, when we finally do, the knowledge we will gain about outer space and what we are in comparison to what actually exists.

It is fascinating. That's why I love astronomy.
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#38
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"By putting a giant 'laser' on the moon, I have turned the moon into something I like to call a 'Death Star'."

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#39
Is Gingrich an albino turtle?
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#40
Quote by S0n1c '97
It is fascinating. That's why I love astronomy.


Newt Gingrich doesn't give a fuckall about astronomy.



I'd like to see him identify three constellations in the night sky lmao.

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