Tag: nuclear disarmament
The special interest groups (again, including ATR) who insisted, and continue to insist, that their sacred cows (tax loopholes in ATR’s and similar groups’ case, entitlements in liberal groups’ case) be off the table during any deficit reduction discussions, even though these are the real drivers of America’s deficits and debt and any proposal that doesn’t address them is not serious.
If this was to occur, that would leave the United States with less than 1% of the nuclear weapons it had in 1967. The radical “Nuclear Zero” concept, which envisions the United States leading the world in the total elimination of nuclear weapons, has been widely touted in our own State Department, and seems to uphold the notion that President Obama’s ultimate goal is to eliminate the United States’ nuclear arsenal in its entirety.
Her reference to “open source technologies in arms control and non-proliferation verification,” is nothing less than a call to the members of her audiences to become self-styled wiki-leakers, in the tradition of Julian Assange, who will use the constant threat of having sensitive information exposed on the Internet, as a tool to push their radical “nuclear zero” agenda.