- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 20, 2010


As President Obama announced America’s new strategy on nuclear weapons - to reduce them in numbers and not use them even if we are attacked - the late President Ronald “Peace Through Strength” Reagan surely must have been spinning in his grave (“Senators voice doubts on nuke treaty,” Page 1, April 9).

Mr. Obama, laughable winner of a Nobel Peace Prize he didn’t deserve, is bending over backward to try to exhibit to the world that he is, indeed, the great peace warrior. The problem is, his strategy severely weakens America’s defense and greatly increases our enemies’ ability to attack us.

In spectacularly underestimating the nature of our America-hating enemies while simultaneously exhibiting his childlike naivete, Mr. Obama’s political and personal agenda has needlessly put America more at risk. This is almost as bad as the 1994 Nuclear Framework Agreement that former President Bill Clinton signed with North Korea and that put the world on the fast track to a nuclear exchange with a rogue nation.

If this isn’t a cause for impeachment, I don’t know what is.


Medford, N.Y.

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