Obama Set to Reject U.S. 'Nuclear Posture' Next Week.

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    This is disturbing to say the least and it is another reason why the Founding Fathers believed that the President of the United States needs to be an American. As this Usurper we have in the White House decimates the advancement of our military, our enemies are rapidly modernizing and expanding theirs. They killed the F-22, they are talking about downsizing the F-35, LCS, we are not modernizing our armor forces to be technologically superior to all other countries like we use to be. A American President that is Patriotic would not do such a thing. Sarah Palin for sure would never do such a thing. That's for sure. Obama did say during the election he would do such a thing.

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    FOXNews.com - Obama Set to Reject U.S. 'Nuclear Posture'

    President Obama will rewrite America’s policy on nuclear weapons next week, heralding further reductions in the U.S. stockpile and giving a pledge not to develop new systems.

    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.
     
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    I was impressed when the President said:

    I call upon the scientific community in our country, those who gave us nuclear weapons, to turn their great talents now to the cause of mankind and world peace: to give us the means of rendering these nuclear weapons impotent and obsolete.
     
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    Yeah!!! Getting back to behaving like a civilized nation!!
     
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    Don't worry mate, we may have very opposing ideologies, but I can ease your worries that this will not affect american military primacy. if anything it will add to it.

    A little known thing to many citizens (although I suspect your more well informed of these matters given your military background), is that quite recently Americas r&d shift has been towards automated machines and robotic warfare. These are cheaper, in some cases more precise, and more importantly did I say cheaper?

    The israeli's and the U.S. have made leaps and bounds in this technology. The new reaver is only one example of how this will continue to pay off.

    I can try to come back later to show you some of our new initiatives, including the inklings of an EMP bomb (though there's no concrete information on that yet), but rest assured that our military primacy will be bolstered by ridding ourselves of old war remnants and continuing to stay ahead with the likes of Israeli in terms of robotic innovation.
     
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    Mr. Obama is our duly elected President, not a "Usper" as you put it. The prgrams being cut are not needed, in fact were on the chopping block the previous deserter we had in the White House (you probably thought following a man who desetered the National Guard was good and grand thing.
     
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    Tell us how you believe Forrestal was killed because he was about to blow the whistle on space aliens, U.S.ArmyRetarded.
     
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    Cutting the number of nukes is a bad thing? Changing the policy of nuking someone who doesn't have nukes is a bad thing?

    Fucking loony.
     
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    Obama has a knack for assuming the doggy position on foreign policy, this time it's Putin, damn this is embarrassing, don't you think...?
     
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    It was my understanding that the Pentagon's position (before Obama was even elected) was that it wanted upgades to the existing F-22's rather than more of them. From my reading it was the politicians that were clammering for spending on new jets. Heck, even McCain backed Obama's position on the F-22's.
     

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