from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A neutron bomb.
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Palin cracks under the pressure and breaks down in tears, McCain snaps and throws an N-bomb.
It certainly doesn't sound like 'In the White House right now' like some are claiming, but it doesn't sound like the N-bomb is dropped either.
Optimally, an airburst N-bomb would have little fallout nor would it destroy structures, equipment or vehicles, but its neutrons would kill the humans either outside or within buildings or tanks.
The N-bomb had a killing radius from its output of neutrons that was much wider than its radius of destruction by blast.
Yeah, they clearly want to be able to drop the N-bomb in peace.
| Reply | Permalink ahhh ... it's only a matter of time before they drop the N-bomb.
We've already seen "uppity" - are we going to see some Repub drop an N-bomb before the end, with others jumping in to legitimize it as part of the political discourse?
* The N-bomb is dropped on black passersby at Prop 8 protests
While cable heads debate 24-7 curtailing the use of the F-bomb and the N-bomb, without a mention of free speech, our eyes are turned from I. Lewis Libby and the more inconvenient truth about death-defying Dick Cheney.
Someone should raise a huge stink about his dropping the N-bomb and have him grovelling on the Senate floor.