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Showing posts with label Nuclear Posture Review. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nuclear Posture Review. Show all posts

Monday, April 12, 2010

Unilateral Disarmament -- Telegraphing Our Punches to America's Enemies?

From Renew America
By Wes Vernon

The big question is: Will America's head soon be on the chopping block? The world is witnessing a road-map as to how America can be destroyed.

No doubt there is much chuckling at the highest levels of every terrorist state, every Communist state (large and small), and every other America-hating country or organization in the world. In President Obama's announced policy and in a newly signed treaty, the "bad guys" of the world are being offered what would amount to an engraved invitation to kill millions of Americans with chemical or biological weapons, or — if we are unrealistic enough to "whistle past the graveyard" — even with nuclear weapons.

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Monday, March 1, 2010

Jimmy's Boy Barack

America's most repudiated President, Mr. Jimmy, is a bitter old man who has been making life difficult for Presidents of both parties for decades, but all that he represents is new again in America's black Carter.

Like Mr. Jimmy going into SALT negotiations full of apologies for America and beginning strategic arms negotiations with a bare bones proposal, his protege, the black Jimmy, is ready to disarm America and invite our adversaries to tour our military installations so they can be sure that we can do them no harm.

We take comfort in the fact that all that Jimmy II is doing is destroying his party, creating revulsion toward the policies he represents, and will, in God's good time, be undone and reversed. But the world remains a dangerous place. May God protect America until it is in good hands again.

White House Is Rethinking Nuclear Policy
From The New York Times
By David E. Sanger and Thom Shanker

As President Obama begins making final decisions on a broad new nuclear strategy for the United States, senior aides say he will permanently reduce America’s arsenal by thousands of weapons. But the administration has rejected proposals that the United States declare it would never be the first to use nuclear weapons, aides said.

Mr. Obama’s new strategy — which would annul or reverse several initiatives by the Bush administration — will be contained in a nearly completed document called the Nuclear Posture Review, which all presidents undertake. Aides said Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates will present Mr. Obama with several options on Monday to address unresolved issues in that document, which have been hotly debated within the administration.

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