[amsat-bb] Re: Government control has exceeded constitutionallimitations.
bruninga at usna.edu
Tue Apr 24 10:40:42 PDT 2007
> We need to start forcing a return to total civilian
> control of this bloated government we are now dealing
> with, and ensure it operates as 'we' direct it, and
Sometimes its the 'we' that we worry about...
> I say shut down those two 'radar' sites and move on,
> history has shown that the closure of others has not
> affected this nation whatsoever,
Oh, I donno, it protected us from Nukes from Russia for quite a
> ...they are no longer neccessary as there
> are very few nations with the capacity...
> to even launch long range ballisitic missiles
China just shot one of theirs down last month. And created
10,000 bits of shrapnel that endangers all of our satellites.
Every onve of those 10,000 bits has to be tracked along with our
HAM satellites to keep things clean up there in orbit...
> Here's a thought..MOVE THE RADAR'S OPERATING BAND
As one of the 'we', I don't my taxes to pay for a new-re-build
of a several hundred million dollar facility, that has been in
place and working fine for a very long time.
> We have every right to have access to spectrum WE own,
No, we have access to it on a secondary shared basis. We should
be thankful for that and work with them to minimize our
interference to them.
> The military doesn't need the entire radio spectrum to
> work with, give it only what it needs and that's
> all...THIS FAR, NO FURTHER...THE LINE MUST BE DRAWN HERE!
They actually have very little. The biggest waste of spectrum
is TV. What a wasteland.
I think patience and working it out is the best way to resolve
spectrum issues, not shooting from the hip with all barrels
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