New Mission to the Moon

President Bush reportedly wants to send a mission to the moon to hopefully leave a more permanent presence there.

This is phenomenal! This is exactly what we need. A new generation of excitement for space exploration. I have been a long time proponent of exploring space and have always believed that having a station on the moon would help facilitate further exploration of space. Bravo George!

Comments (16)
  1. Frans Bouma says:

    I’m sure all those poor people without health insurance are as happy as you are.

  2. Frans Bouma says:

    That’s 46 million people, btw

  3. Moon says:

    Maybe we can ship Frans off to the moon. He’ll fit in there.

  4. Fabrice says:

    Soon someone will suggest that sending the 46 million people to the moon is cheaper than keeping them here 🙁

  5. Jon says:

    I agree, this is something we need as a country. Pessimists will always doubt the real results of such undertakings.

  6. Mike says:

    I think this is a great step. The benefits of having a more permanent presence in space are enormous. That includes expanding medical research.

    Frans, I think getting rid of frivilous malpractice suits would solve the health insurance problem.

  7. Rana says:


    Your blog contains good information. Keep it up.

  8. John says:

    Those without health insurance and without work need to get off their lazy asses and work!


  9. anorakattack says:

    Don’t you think it is strange that NASA went to the moon, left it alone for 30+ years, and not long after the Chinese talk about going, decide that they must return. Is this the space race all over again with NASA desperate to steal another country’s thunder? Some might say that it is a cover up and that we never went to the moon in the first place. I’d hate to think those who I call crazy weirdoes were correct all theses years.

  10. George says:

    this is rubbish

  11. George says:

    this is rubbish

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