1. "President Obama signaled Congress this week that he is prepared to share U.S. missile defense secrets with Russia. 2. In the presidents signing statement issued Saturday in passing into law the fiscal 2012 defense authorization bill, Mr. Obama said restrictions aimed at protecting top-secret technical data on U.S. Standard Missile-3 velocity burnout parameters might impinge on his constitutional foreign policy authority. 3. U.S. officials are planning to provide Moscow with the SM-3 data, despite reservations from security officials who say that doing so could compromise the effectiveness of the system by allowing Russian weapons technicians to counter the missile. a. The weapons are considered some of the most effective high-speed interceptors in the U.S. missile defense arsenal. 4. There are also concerns that Russia could share the secret data with China and rogue states such as Iran and North Korea to help their missile programs defeat U.S. missile defenses. 5. Officials from the State Department and Missile Defense Agency have discussed the idea of providing the SM-3 data to the Russians as part of the so-far fruitless missile-defense talks with Moscow, headed in part of by Undersecretary of State Ellen Tauscher, who defense officials say is a critic of U.S. missile defenses. 6. The president also must certify to Congress that Russia will not share the secrets with other states and that it will not help Russia to develop countermeasures to U.S. defenses. 7. Section 1227 of the defense law prohibits spending any funds that would be used to give Russian officials access to sensitive missile-defense technology,...Mr. Obama said in the signing statement that he would treat the legal restrictions as non-binding. 8. ...my administration will also interpret and implement section 1244 in a manner that does not interfere with the presidents constitutional authority to conduct foreign affairs and avoids the undue disclosure of sensitive diplomatic communications, Mr. Obama said, incorrectly identifying the section of the law containing the restrictions." Inside the Ring - Washington Times 9. "Tauscher believes the United States should disarm, as our arsenal provokes aggressive dictators into developing nuclear weapons. She deems long-range missile defense unnecessary, because Iran and al-Qaeda do not yet have nuclear weapons." FrontPage Magazine - Undersecretary of Naivete 10. ELLEN TAUSCHER: Advocates America's unilateral nuclear disarmament. Ellen Tauscher - Discover the Networks What have you done to us?? Those who voted for this President... ....you have a great deal to answer for. One can only hope that November will not come too late for America.