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Obama puts list of Secret Nuclear Sites on-line!!!

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Luckyman, Jun 3, 2009.

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  1. Luckyman

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    I am now convinced! This guy is a Muslim plant! Back in early May Hussein Obama accidentally (Yeah right!)listed over 266 secret Nuke sites here in the U.S.!!!! They just realized it last night!!!!! It only took them over a month!!!! ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!! We have never seen anything like this the entire history of our country!!!! WOW!!!!! This guys popularity is dropping like a lead balloon!!!! AMERICA WANTED CHANGE AND WE GOT IT ALRIGHT!!!!!
     
  2. Jerbear

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    That's his idea of transparency.


    Jerbear
     
  3. dverna

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    If this is true, as the Commander in Chief, would he be court-martialed for treason? Who would bring charges?

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  4. Luckyman

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    It's all true my friend!!!!! It's all over FOX as well as the other networks! Let's see if he is court marshalled!!!!
     
  5. dverna

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    And they thought Bush was a dolt!!!

    Don Verna
     
  6. bocephus

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    I am sure they will find some poor victim to blame to take the heat
     
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    Maybe the first long range nuclear missile from North Korea or Iran will land on his head. He might regret for the few seconds he has to think about it his opposition to an anti-missile defense shield.
     
  8. howie

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    OK, this wasn't a secret list. It was complied for the UN in compliance with the Non-Proliferation Treaty. FYI, the UN has no classification system. The list was marked "UNCLASSIFIED BUT SENSITIVE." All the sites listed were known and open (Hanford in Washington, Oak Ridge in Tennessee). Get a grip guys and don't run around making fools of yourselves. The "UNCLASSIFIED BUT SENSITIVE" marking was applied to force anyone who wanted a similar list to do some work.
     
  9. Luckyman

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    Howie! Your an idiot!!! This was never meant for PUBLIC DOMAIN YOU FOOL!!!!!
     
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    U.S. Releases Secret Nuclear List by Accident
    Document that gives detailed information about civilian nuclear sites and programs, marked "highly confidential," was accidentally made public by the federal government.

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    Tuesday, June 02, 2009

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    powered by BaynoteA 266-page document that gives detailed information about civilian nuclear sites and programs, marked "highly confidential," was accidentally made public by the federal government, the New York Times reported Tuesday.

    The document's publication was revealed Monday in an online newsletter about federal secrecy issues. The Times described the document as including maps that identify where nuclear weapons fuel is stockpiled, though it contained no information about military nuclear operations.

    It was removed from the Government Printing Office site late Tuesday, after the Federation of American Scientists reported on the document's existence Sunday in an online bulletin.

    The Obama administration prepared the document to comply with a decade-old international agreement aimed at providing the International Atomic Energy Agency with a comprehensive picture of the country's nuclear and nuclear-related activities. The U.S. made the agreement to encourage other countries to provide similar disclosure of their nuclear activities.

    Some nuclear experts told the Times that the release was not a security threat, as many of the details revealed were already available to the public. Former Director of Central Intelligence and Deputy Secretary of Defense John Deutch even dismissed concerns by saying, "These screw-ups happen."

    In a written statement late Tuesday, Damien LaVera, a spokesman for the National Nuclear Security Administration, said that while administration officials "would have preferred it not be released, the Departments of Energy, Defense, and Commerce and the [Nuclear Regulatory Commission] all thoroughly reviewed it to ensure that no information of direct national security significance would be compromised."

    But David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, a group that tracks nuclear proliferation, told the Times that releasing information on nuclear fuels "can provide thieves or terrorists inside information that can help them seize the material."

    The list details the existence of nuclear facilities at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois and a Westinghouse research facility in Pittsburgh, among others.

    President Obama sent the document to Congress for review on May 5. The printing office then published it online.

    The Wall Street Journal contributed to this report.
     
  11. JES

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    Where did you see this? On the net foxnews.com? Thanks, Jan
     
  12. bigdogtx

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    Hey howdiedoody,,,,looks like it wasn't marked "UNCLASSIFIED BUT SENSITIVE" after all

    "A 266-page document that gives detailed information about civilian nuclear sites and programs, marked "highly confidential," was accidentally made public by the federal government, the New York Times reported Tuesday."

    Maybe you should find another source besides moveon.org!!!!

    Jan, the link is above.

    Don, I think it is the House that would have to bring charges against the President or hussein
     
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