Obama: Dangerously Delusional Radical

…the mainstream media has finally done a bit of the candidate background reporting it declined to do during the campaign — other than in Wasilla — and whaddya know? The New York Times unearthed a 1983 article called, “Breaking the War Mentality,” that Columbia student Barack Obama wrote for a campus newspaper. The article shows that Obama dreaded American “militarism” and its “military-industrial interests,” while effusing enthusiasm for the dangerously delusional nuclear-freeze movement.

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4 Responses to Obama: Dangerously Delusional Radical

  1. Ask yourself if Obama is advancing the
    Communist goal of:

    3. Develop the illusion that total disarmament [by] the United States would be a demonstration of moral strength.

  2. Oh, this is rich… just below the conclusion of Obama’s article is the continuation of another… which claims the following:

    The Reagan administration’s stalling at the Geneva talks on nuclear weapons has thus already caused severe tension and could ultimately bring about a dangerous rift between the United States and Western Europe. By being intransigent, Reagan is playing directly into the Russians’ hands.

    Ha! Reagan’s approach led to victory. It is Obama who is “playing directly into the Russians’ hands.”

  3. Ed Darrell says:

    So, what is it you have against the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty? It’s been good law for more than 30 years.

    And the nuclear freeze movement? That’s how the Cold War was ended. Thank God Gorbachev listened.

    You’re too young to remember, of course.

    War is harmful. Nuclear war is the end.

  4. The Cold War never ended. Reagan won some major victories along the way, but since Reagan we have been asleep while Putin has kept going, assassinating those who oppose him, and invading countries like Georgia.

    You, Ed, support the Communist goals, whether you realize it or not.

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