Sep 30, 2012

Why Iran must be stopped.



America is a relatively safe place. However, a regime halfway around the world could destroy our way of life. 

From the beginning, the current Iranian regime made it clear that America is public enemy #1. One way to seriously damage America would be a nuke, and one terrifying scenario is a nuclear bomb detonated at high altitude. This is an issue that Congressional commissions and others have investigated, and concluded that it is a credible threat. This would cause severe damage or catastrophic destruction to the electric grid across America. 

In this day and age, everything ultimately depends on electric power: communications, transportation, banking, finance, food and water. The result of such an attach would mean that within a short amount of time, it will be nearly impossible to get food and water, pump gas, provide medical care, withdraw money or use cellular phones. Moreover, without electricity, nuclear power plants melt down. If their containment buildings are breeched, the areas around them could become uninhabitable for centuries. Anarchy. Starvation. Disease. 

As long as the current Iranian regime is in power, we are NOT SAFE..

Take Action! Contact your representative: 
http://www.radicalislam.org/enriched/send-a-letter.php

Obama's Failed Foreign Policy of Capitulation and Appeasement


Paul Ryan: The Obama foreign policy is unraveling literally before our eyes on our TV screens. And so what Mitt Romney is going to do is lay out a very different vision for foreign policy. One, that is a policy of strength that I would articulate or claim the president's policy is one of weakness. We're seeing the ugly fruits of the Obama foreign policy unravel around the world on our TV screens.

Comment:  This deceitfulness is criminal.  What caused it is negligence and plain naivete with regards the nature of muslims.  That too is criminal.  Someone needs to call this man up to task.  He needs to face his responsibilities sometime - even if he is black.  No more affirmative action.


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