When you think of socialism you think of Russia. Nowhere else is it so pure; nowhere else is it so complete, nowhere else is it so grand. A true socialist feels a measure of brotherhood with Russia even though his primary allegiance may lie elsewhere. And a true socialist has greater faith in his fellow socialists than non-socialists do.
President Obama wants to give sensitive defense information to Russia as a measure of good will in exchange for a closer friendship. He threatened to veto our nations Defense Spending Budget bill if it contained limitations on how much missile defense information the President can give to the Russians. Former CIA Director James Woolsey had this to say in Foreign Policy magazine.
This is the sort of information that Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, in his earlier days, would have assigned his spies to steal. Through its single-minded pursuit of “resetting” relations with Russia, the Obama administration may simply be willing to hand over this information and, in doing so, weaken U.S. national security.
Now why would Barack Obama want to do that? The answer may be on page 300 of Stanley Kurtz’s book Radical in Chief, Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism. “In sum, the fears of Obama’s harshest critics are justified. The President of the United States is a socialist.” In the prior 299 pages he provides the justification for his conclusion.
Congress passed the Defense bill, with the restrictions intact, by a veto-proof majority of 322 to 96. We are thankful to those Democrats who sacrificed the will of their party leader for the sake of the country.