Obama Continues to Ignore Reality

April 2, 2010 at 10:11 (General Stupidity, News, Politics)

What a fool. O’, you are truly a stupid, naive man. It’s either that or you are doing this sort of stupidity in full knowledge that not only will our enemies cheer, but they will up their efforts to develop their own nuclear weapons.

Look people, this sort of simpleminded crap is good for the classroom as a theoretical exercise, but not good for us. Of course, I doubt what’s good for the country as a whole ever enters his pea-sized brain. Our more powerful enemies like China and Russia will rejoice. Now they know that we won;t develop anything new. Since they undoubtedly know what we have now, they can concentrate all their efforts on anti-missile systems without worrying that something new is just around the corner. And our weaker or smaller enemies will see this as the possibility that if they push hard they can become the equal of the US in terms of nuclear power. The bar is no longer raised, so they have a fixed target to reach. Truly an encouragement. And now the terrorist nations will know that by policy we keep our nuclear weapons for deterrence, but plan to not use them. Why have them? Let’s just surrender now and get it over with.

I don’t know about you, but I am sick of the open sabotage being perpetrated by this so-called president (lowercase on purpose) against the United States of America.

After a review of the nation’s nuclear weapons arsenal that has involved, among others, the Pentagon, the Department of Energy and the intelligence services, as well as the White House, Obama is expected to reject the doctrine on nuclear weapons — the “nuclear posture” — adopted by George W. Bush, which included the possibility of the United States launching an attack on a non-nuclear state.

The Obama Administration has come under pressure from arms control analysts to redefine the circumstances in which the U.S. might consider using nuclear weapons, and to state beyond doubt that the justification for keeping them is purely as a deterrent.

After the president’s speech in Prague last April, when he laid out his personal vision of a world without nuclear weapons, the U.S. has been carrying out a review of its nuclear posture and the conclusions are due to be published in a declassified version early next week — before Obama flies back to Prague to sign the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) with President Medvedev of Russia on April 8.

President Bush tried but failed to persuade Congress to finance a new program to develop more advanced “bunker-busting” nuclear bombs, as well as to design new atomic warheads. Now Obama is expected to rule out the development of new weapons systems — despite reservations from the military, which is mindful that Russia and China are modernising and expanding their nuclear forces respectively. He will also drop the notion, espoused by his predecessor, that nuclear warheads can be deployed in certain circumstances; for example, if another country resorts to attacking U.S. forces with chemical or biological weapons.

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