Wednesday, May 5, 2010

The best and the brightest

Obama and Clinton reveal the number of nuclear missiles
The Obama administration disclosed the size of its atomic stockpile going back to 1962 as part of a campaign to get other nuclear nations to be more forthcoming, and to improve its bargaining position against the prospect of a nuclear Iran. [These people are f*cking kidding me.]
"We think it is in our national security interest to be as transparent as we can be about the nuclear program of the United States," Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told reporters at the United Nations, where she addressed a conference on containing the spread of atomic weapons. [How the f*ck would that improve US national security? Did Obama's opening his university records, his SAT and LSAT scores help his presidential election?]

Clinton said the disclosure of numbers the general public has never seen "builds confidence" that the Obama administration is serious about stopping the spread of atomic weapons and reducing their numbers. [Yap, no doubt about it now.]
"You can't get anywhere toward disarmament unless you're going to be transparent about how many weapons you have," said Sharon Squassoni, a nuclear policy analyst at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. [That's exactly how we disarmed Japan and Germany.]

The U.S. revelations are calculated to improve Washington's bargaining power with Iran's allies and friends for the drive to head off what the West charges is a covert Iranian program to build a bomb. [Yes, take off your pants, that improves the bargaining powers all right. Just go to the closest car dealership and ask for a discount. When they refuse, take off your pants - it worked like magic for Obama when he dealt with Iran.]

As a result of this unprecedented openness, North Korea and Iran stopped their nuclear programs and agreed to destroy the nuclear weapons and equipment. Just joking...

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahamadinejad spoke ahead of Clinton at the conference, denouncing U.S. efforts to pressure his regime to abandon its nuclear program.

When Ahmadinejad took the podium, he responded to Ban. "The secretary general said that Iran must accept the fuel exchange and that the ball is now in Iran's court," Ahmadinejad said. "Well, I'd like to tell you and inform him as well that we'd accepted that from the start. . . . Therefore, we have now thrown the ball in the court of those who should accept our proposal." Iran has repeatedly said it is willing to do the fuel swap, only to reverse course or add conditions. Jabbing his finger in the air, the Iranian leader accused the United States and other nuclear states of manipulating the international arms-control system to preserve their nuclear privileges and to keep others from getting peaceful energy. [Maybe Obama should disclose his SAT and LSAT scores - that would give him enough bargaining power to persuade Iran and North Korea to stop their nuclear programs. And even it this does not - then at least it will stun the leaders of those countries.]

Anyway - let me ask a common sense question - if you were really concerned about Iranian nuclear program - did Obama's announcement truly prove to you that "Obama administration is serious about stopping the spread of atomic weapons"? And if so - explain why your fears about the prospects of nuclear armed Iran were lightened today?


Obama and Clinton try to engage Syria - the results are puzzling - to some people
After multiple gestures from the Obama regime, the Syrian dictator remains hostile to America. In just recent months it transferred dozens of long-range missiles Scud to Lebanese terrorist group "Hezballah". The Foreign Policy advisor Josh Rogin is puzzled by this behaviour. Why would Syrian's strongman refuse to befriend America - after all didn't Obama bow to every fascist dictator?

As for why Syria seems to be playing such an unhelpful role, "that's the million-dollar question," the [Obama administration] official said...."We do not understand Syrian intentions. No one does, and until we get to that question we can never get to the root of the problem," the official said. "Until then it's all damage control."
After I read these comments from the heavy intellectual hitters of the Obama regime, I have only one question to ask myself - can these people chew gum and fart at the same time? And then I remind myself that this is a rhetorical question - of course they cannot. Heck, every time they take a breath, I am amazed they don't need a 2500 page manual to explain to them how to do this. Those guys are utter and complete imbeciles.

1 comment:

TRESTIN MEACHAM said...

There are two reasons why they are doing this:
1. There are weapons much more powerful than nuclear weapons
2. They so badly want to be loved by the world, that they will do whatever it takes. They want America to be just another face in the crowd.