Obama’s plan for America

h/t FreakingNews.com

From Russia with love

We have watched as this President and the former Democratically Controlled  Congress passed legislation behind closed doors and against the will of the people.   We have watched as this President has spent us into oblivion and beyond .   We have watched as this President encouraged Racial Tensions and blatant Racism in Our Country undoing so much of the gains that were made over the years.   We have watched as this President traveled abroad and apologized to our enemies for America. We have watched as this President began to disarm America systematically all the while knowing the Chinese and Russians were smiling in disbelief at his ignorance.   This President may choose to bow down before our enemies if he wishes too, but We the People bow down to no one,  especially him!  I could go on and on and fill up pages with all the things this President, this Administration and the former Democratically  Controlled  Congress have done to and against the American people but I think you get the point of my message here today.

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18 responses to “Obama’s plan for America

  1. Any Questions?


  2. Goodmoening, and yes I have a question; where do you get all these awesome pictures? keep them coming, great post. :)


  3. Sorry this one got away(Goodmoening), Good Morning


  4. Good Morning/Afternoon Anthony and thank you. I hunt the web for pics in between posts. Glad to see you here today, there is much to be done but for now I have to step away and run some errands in town. Will be back here in a short while…….. God Bless


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  6. On my way out the door and will see you all just a bit later….. cheers


  7. Cmdr. Monica Rousselow, a spokeswoman for the task force, also said one of the three U.S. submarines that participated at the beginning of the operation has since departed the area. She declined to say which submarine (CNN)

    I keep forgetting our subs also participate. One sub has departed – I’ll just bet it is returning to duty with the rest of our ships to protect our troops.

    Now the UAE are wavering over sending planes because of our criticism of sending troops into Bahrain. I am tired of supporting these dreadful regimes wealthier than we and at our cost. We need to get tough and charge them for it.


  8. Well now there you are SH. I was beginning to wonder where you were.


  9. Good Afternoon my Fellow American Patriots and Friends :D


  10. Hi, Sami

    I am so tired, I fell asleep in the middle of a class. I told them I got sick and I do feel like it . So I have to retake the class on my day off. I am happy to have a job so I will fall in line and march.

    I will do more later in the week or is that weak? LOL


  11. Don’t over do it SH. The money don’t mean anything if your health is affected.


  12. Good Morning America


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  14. US reviewing nuclear arsenal with eye to new cuts

    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has begun examining whether it can make cuts to its nuclear weapons stockpiles that go beyond those outlined in a recent treaty with Russia.

    The classified review is not expected to be completed until late this year, but some Republicans already are worried that it will go too far. On Tuesday, 41 Republican senators warned Obama in a letter not to make major changes in nuclear policy without consulting Congress.

    Arms control advocates say the United States is mired in Cold War-era thinking about nuclear deterrence and are pressing the administration to use the review to rethink U.S. nuclear requirements. They say the decisions will be a test of President Barack Obama’s commitment nearly two years ago to put the world on a path toward eliminating nuclear weapons.

    Obama ordered the nuclear review early last year with an aim of shrinking the nuclear arsenal, but the work, led by the Defense Department, began recently, according to a department spokeswoman, Lt. Col. April Cunningham.

    The review will look at issues such as what targets the U.S. would have to hit with nuclear weapons in a worst-case scenario and what kind of weapons it would need to hit them. Rethinking the requirements could open the way to cuts.

    In the letter to Obama, Republicans warned against any big reductions from those outlined in the New START treaty, ratified by the Senate and the Russian Duma in recent months. The treaty limits each side to 1,550 deployed warheads — a level military officials have said meets the need of the current directives.

    Sharp reductions in nuclear forces “would have important and as yet unknown consequences for nuclear stability,” the letter said.

    The letter was circulated by Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., a leading opponent of the New START treaty when it was considered in the Senate. It makes clear that significant changes in nuclear policy without consulting Congress could affect consideration of a new treaty with Russia. The 41 lawmakers who signed it include a number who supported New START and represent sufficient numbers to block any treaty.

    There is no indication that the Obama administration is considering drastic cuts as a result of the review. But the study could shape talks it has proposed with Russia on weapons not covered by the New START treaty. The administration wants to focus on stored nuclear weapons and those intended for short-range delivery, known as tactical nuclear weapons. But negotiations with Russia also could lead to further reductions in deployed long-range nuclear weapons.

    Administration officials say the review has just begun and no decisions have been made. In a broader look at nuclear weapons policy last year, called the nuclear posture review, the administration stressed the need for maintaining a strong U.S. deterrent.

    “The United States will continue to ensure that, in the calculations of any potential opponent, the perceived gains of attacking the United States or its allies and partners would be far outweighed by the unacceptable costs of the response,” the document said.

    Disarmament advocates who follow administration thinking on nuclear issues say the document is unlikely to lead quickly to sharp cuts.

    “For better or worse, it’s not in the cards,” says Daryl Kimball, head of the Arms Control Association, which advocates nuclear disarmament.

    But advocates hope the review could open the way to reconsidering what would be needed to deter potential adversaries.

    “We shouldn’t have to dump 60 hydrogen bombs on Odessa to ensure U.S. nuclear security,” says Joseph Cirincione, president of the Ploughshares Fund, which advocates the elimination of nuclear weapons. “This review will determine whether the president is serious about moving toward deep reductions and the elimination of nuclear weapons or if he is giving up on that vision.”

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/03/23/reviewing-nuclear-arsenal-eye-new-cuts/#ixzz1HPVT2llP


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