They Can Put A Man On The Moon

Americans used to be able to complain about something by saying “they can put a man on the moon….”

Well they can put a man on the moon but now they can’t even do that anymore.

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15 Responses to They Can Put A Man On The Moon

  1. Ted Luoma says:

    The crying eagle reminds me of the crying indian when he sees litter.

  2. This is true. America has slid a bit regarding engineering and math. Maybe the new saying should be: “If we can make a Kardashian wealthy and famous. . . .”

  3. prenin says:

    If things go the way it looks then they soon won’t be able to reach the ISS because we are dependant on the Russians for transport and guess who’s kicking over the toy box???

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

  4. Joseph Kerniger says:

    Well they can put a man on the moon but the can’t explain why the need $24 billion whereas the Russians would just need some old wires and an old VCR to achieve the same. It makes you think, Joseph Kerniger, Publisher, The Sarkist Times.

    • I’m a big fan of the Russian space program but they NEVER landed a cosmonaut on the moon. Only Americans have ever touched moon soil with their boots.

      Sure, Russia might have beaten us into space and to most planets… and technically even to the moon by landing a probe on it… and had the first space station… and had the first (and only) in-space deaths… but had the best overall safety rating…

      But we landed ACTUAL GUYS on the moon– winning the space race forever.

      • Joseph Kerniger says:

        Yes the US won the space race but it lets me wonder whether $24 billion dollars could have been spent better. For example, my life is more affected by the chance of developing cancer cells than by the nationality of the first man on the moon. I wonder what is possible to achieve in cancer research with $24 billion dollars.

        Best wishes, Joseph Kerniger.

      • All I know is that stem cell research is immoral but God doesn’t have any jurisdiction on the moon– that means we can do all the science we want in space.

      • Joseph Kerniger says:

        Let me just pack my bags, I’m coming with you. Let’s get out of here, the planet started smelling anyway.

        -J

  5. You know that teardrop means he killed someone. #thanksobama

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