Comments:US to reduce nuclear weapons arsenal

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Shot from the blind man216:21, 4 March 2010

Shot from the blind man

While I think that Mr. Obama's philosophy overall is not good for the U.S. I do agree with his intention to drawdown the total number of nuclear weapons. Sort of a basic truth, a blind man will hit, at least, one worthwhile target if he shoots enough bullets.

Guardianstatue (talk)03:52, 3 March 2010

President Obama can talk about reducing America's nuclear arsenal by however many thousands of weapons he wants. I doubt he will be successful for very long, if at all. This is another historic accomplishment he is reaching for; the next one he achieves in the field of governance other than making George Bush look like a sober spender will be the first. (talk)08:45, 3 March 2010

I agree with 90% of President Obama's goals. this is one of those goals, as for spending Republicans steal peoples money and give it to fat cats on wall street. (talk)16:21, 4 March 2010