Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Ironies Below Headlines

1) October 7, 2009 - Australia Looks to US for Future Submarine Technology -

Greg Combet, Minister for Defence Personnel, Material and Science: “The United States is a leader in the design and development of submarine technology, and I expect that Australia will look to learn from companies like General Dynamics Electric Boat and Lockheed Martin in designing and developing the Collins class replacement,” Mr Combet said. “The Future Submarine will be Australia’s largest ever Defense acquisition and the Rudd Government is committed to ensuring that Australia obtains a world leading submarine capability. US technology is likely to be an important facilitator of this capability.

What is so ironic about this? Answer tommorow.

2) June 4, 2009 - Pam Stephenson’s law degree questioned in ex-CEO’s lawsuit

State Rep. Pam Stephenson, chair of the Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority, insists she has a law degree, even though a registrar says the school transcript does not show it. ... Stephenson’s credibility has become an issue in the case. Story contends Stephenson fired him without warning in January 2008 so she could take the $600,000-a-year job for herself.

What is so ironic about this? Answer tommorow.

3) October 20, 2009 - 'They Tried to Steal an Election,' N.Y. Voter Fraud Case Heats Up

Thirty-eight forged or fraudulent ballots have been thrown out, according to records at the Rensselaer County Board of Elections in Troy, N.Y. Enough votes, an election official admits, to likely have tipped the November election to the Democrats.

What is so ironic about this? Answer tommorow.

Stuff lurking unseen below the surface can be very, very strange, indeed!



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