Stupid or evil. Most folks, even critics, say that Obama is hopelessly naive. I have heard John Bolton (no Obama supporter) say it more than once. Nonsense. You don't consistently choose the side of evil by accident. It is no accident that Obama consistently defers to evil. It cannot be. It cannot be an accident, a coincidence that Obama consistently sides with evil. In his short yet consequential tenure as President, he has unwaveringly taken the side of wrong, of malevolence -- the haters of liberty and individual rights. He stands against long time friends and allies of America -- Israel, the people of Iran, Honduras, Poland, Czech Republic. He runs interference for the most evil despots on the face of the earth -- Ahmadinejad (isran), Chavez (Venezuela), ex-KGB Putin (Russia), Islamist Erdogan (Turkey), Castro (Cuba).
Obama wants us to slash our nuclear arsenal (the superiority that has kept us safe for decades). Mind you, this is fresh on the heels of the Muhammadan-led International Atomic Energy Agency admitting that Iran can make a nuclear bomb.
Armaros opined, "Not only does he want to disarm the US, but also the UK and France.
The French have already given him the finger. Oh La La (those racist radical neocon French) will not submit to the Obaummah. Thank God, at least they are still refusing to surrender to demon cult calling itself a religion."
Europe will be pleading for the likes of George W. in no short order.
It's going to get much worse; we have yet to see the full horror of O's foreign policy.
Pentagon told to map out radical cuts as president prepares to chair UN talks
has demanded the Pentagon conduct a radical review of US nuclear weapons doctrine to prepare the way for deep cuts in the country's arsenal, the Guardian can reveal.
Obama has rejected the Pentagon's first draft of the "nuclear posture review" as being too timid, and has called for a range of more far-reaching options consistent with his goal of eventually abolishing nuclear weapons altogether, according to European officials.
Those options include:
• Reconfiguring the US nuclear force to allow for an arsenal measured in hundreds rather than thousands of deployed strategic warheads.
• Redrafting nuclear doctrine to narrow the range of conditions under which the US would use nuclear weapons.
• Exploring ways of guaranteeing the future reliability of nuclear weapons without testing or producing a new generation of warheads.
The review is due to be completed by the end of this year, and European officials say the outcome is not yet clear. But one official said: "Obama is now driving this process. He is saying these are the president's weapons, and he wants to look again at the doctrine and their role."
The move comes as Obama prepares to take the rare step of chairing a watershed session of the UN security council on Thursday. It is aimed at winning consensus on a new grand bargain: exchanging more radical disarmament by nuclear powers in return for wider global efforts to prevent further proliferation.
That bargain is at the heart of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, which is up for review next year amid signs it is unravelling in the face of Iranian and North Korean nuclear ambitions.