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Friday, December 07, 2012

Anniversary of the Day That "Lives in Infamy"

Today, December 7th, is the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that started World War II, and which President Franklin D. Roosevelt said will always "live in infamy." This anniversary is a constant reminder of the fact evil people in the world want to conquer or defeat America and we must always be on guard against surprise attack. Ronald Reagan's slogan "Peace through Strength" made him successful in winning the Cold War against the Soviet Evil Empire.

Today's weapons are tremendously more deadly and dangerous than the weapons of World War II, and our country is in danger because President Obama seems to be incredibly naive about the power of the weapons and the commitment of evil dictators to use them. Last April when he was in the Czech Republic he said: "I state clearly and with conviction, America's commitment to seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons." After that rash and ridiculous statement, Obama started down the path of destroying and obsoleting American nuclear weapons. Obama can abolish U.S. weapons, but there is no way he can abolish the weapons owned and built by the evil dictators of the world.

The best way to have security for the United States and peace for the rest of the world is for the United States to have nuclear superiority, as demanded in the national Republican Platform adopted this year in Tampa, Florida. American "superiority" means our having more, better, and bigger weapons than any other country in the world. That's the policy that kept the peace during all the years of the Cold War, and that's the only way to prevent the bad guys from threatening the rest of the world with nuclear weapons. American superiority is the best key to peace not only for the United States, but also for all other countries.

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