So, what’s the most offensive part of this missile defense cave?
I’m having difficulty working it out. Is it because: …we get absolutely nothing out of this? …it brazenly goes against previous national security agreements made between the United States and what were, prior to this morning, staunch regional allies? …it came out of nowhere, to the point where the ranking Republican Senator on Armed Services is asking why this suddenly appeared? …it is fairly clearly | Read More »
Biden: Expect Obama’s inexperience to be tested by our enemies.
I was under the impression that Biden’s job was to reassure American voters to go with the exceptionally inexperienced natsec pick. Not to let them know that he was going to not only be tested right off the bat, but that he would probably flunk: ABC News’ Matthew Jaffe Reports: Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., on Sunday guaranteed that if elected, Sen. Barack Obama., D-Ill., will | Read More »
The New York Post is offended by Biden’s debate lies.
They started off with the least serious one, so that offense may be mildly jovial: Some, of course, were just Biden being Biden. He smeared Dick Cheney as “the most dangerous vice president we’ve had probably in American history.” To which we must take specific offense: After all, the founder of this newspaper, Alexander Hamilton, was killed in a duel by then-Vice President Aaron Burr. | Read More »
“The bomb that fell on Pearl Harbor,” forsooth.
Here’s the quote – yes, of course it’s Barack Obama and his apparent Natsec Ignorance Field. You had to ask? Throughout our history, America’s confronted constantly evolving danger, from the oppression of an empire, to the lawlessness of the frontier, from the bomb that fell on Pearl Harbor, to the threat of nuclear annihilation. Americans have adapted to the threats posed by an ever-changing world. | Read More »