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True the Vote: Keeping Our Elections Free and Clean

John C6 Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:43 PM
Gentle Readers, Pres. GW Bush is the most successful arms control President in History: He, 1. Negotiated a 75% reductions in nuclear offensive weapons with Russia ( Obama tried to grab credit for that, but it was GW Bush who did it. ), 2. Negotiated with Libya to get them to relinquish their WMD, 3. Rolled up the AQ KHAN international nuclear smuggling network, 4. Took out Saddam, who had tons of uranium, bio weapons factories, bio weapons cultures, hundreds of missiles, and a small number of nerve gas bombs, and 5. Ended the foolish program started by Pres. Clinton that would have had Americans paying for 2 new atomic reactors in North Korea that would have given the DPRK enough uranium to build the worlds 3rd largest atomic arsenal.
John C6 Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:51 PM
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The reason this ' Progressive Troll ' keeps carping about the ABM treaty is that
Pres. Obama has made nuclear non-proliferation a policy imperative for his
administration. But Pres. GW Bush has a far better record.

Obama has only disarmed one country - the USA.

We did leave the ABM Treaty. Under that Treaty, both the U.S. & Russia were
allowed ONE BASE with 100 missile interceptors, each. The Russians have
their base north of Moscow with GALOSH and GAZELLE interceptor missiles.

The U.S. left the Treaty as we face threats from multiple rogue states, Iran and
N. Korea, as 2 examples, and thus may need more than just one base. The Russians
have ABM systems defending Moscow, irrespective any Treaty.

- John Lepant

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