Skip to comments.National security adviser: US safer under Obama
Posted on 05/27/2009 6:36:50 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama's national security adviser rebuts former Vice President Dick Cheney's charge that America is less safe under the new administration.
Retired Marine Gen. James Jones says increases in defense spending, efforts to get out of Iraq and revamp the strategy for Afghanistan, and a broad campaign to repair the U.S. reputation abroad make the U.S. safer today than it has been. But, he says, no administration is perfect.
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safer than what?
Am I mis-remebering that North Korea wasn’t threatening to bomb our ships under Bush?
I see this Obamarankandfile as crossing his fingers and closing his eyes wishing, “saying it will make it so!”
Spending is the answer to everything in the Obama admin. It makes us wealthier and it makes us safer.
Yep, those N Koreans and Iranians are right where we want them. Of course, we’re going to let multilateral institutions solve these problems through diplomatic means now ...
He is dismantling and destroying that...but America does not have to be saved from the free market. It needs to be saved from marxist who want to abjectly regulate and control it to the point of its failure.
never mind testing nukes on a daily basis...
So much for that warm, fuzzy safe feeling.
Consider the source.
AP = Always Propaganda
Uh, North Korea.
Wait...the pirates attacked us...North Korea shot missles...
Obama’s been in office four months and he’s already managed to reopen the Korean War - yeah, we’re safer.......
Translation: I love getting promotions, and I want my pension!
Well if an Obummer appointee sez it is so then it must be so. We all must simply believe in our new “messiah.” /s
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