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Isn’t it time Iraq gets a Nuke?

It seems only Fair…

The Obama Administration has allowed North Korea to develop theirs.
And now we’re allowing Iran to develop theirs.

To any Objective Progressive Observer, the calm, peaceful and reasoned approach to government exhibited by both North Korea and Iran is clearly mirrored by the Government of Iraq.

So let’s just cut to the chase and send the technology directly. That way the Iraqi’s are not faced with having to play ‘catch up’ with the other Nations in the Region.

Shoot… why not just give them the Nukes?

As I listen to myself tap this out it seems almost silly to place such a development burden on the Iraqi people. The expense alone would hinder their ability to compete with their neighbors.  And the allocation of the funds necessary would create an undue hardship for the citizens who would not have access to basic needs and services.

I say we just start shipping them directly out of our stockpile. We can promote the reduction of our weapons while ‘keeping the playing field even’ for an area of the world known for its stability.

Problem Solved.  (Just like in Benghazi.)
(Hey John, go ahead and use my idea. I won’t tell anyone. You can buy me a beer at your bosses next summit.)


Well, let’s Start at the Beginning!

Senator Elizabeth Warren, Renowned American Indian, is demanding some Bankers Go to Jail for their complicity in the Financial Collapse.

While I predict this will be unrealized… I agree with the Socialist Senator from Massachusetts…

With one small caveat.

We Must Start at the beginning.

This, of course, would require the Lifetime Imprisonment of Chris Dodd and Barney Frank. It would also involve Bill Clinton… to what degree would be left to the courts. (He’s familiar with the courts.  And all three of these co-conspirators being at the root of it is exactly why there will be no bankers going to jail.  But it would be fun to try.)

So Ms. Warren, if you’re ready to fight this battle so am I.

I agree with your assertion that those responsible for the U.S. Financial Collapse should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Forward!