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    Posted October 28, 2008 by
    Albq, New Mexico

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    OBAMA BAD FOR OUR MILITARY, BAD FOR OUR DEFENSE BAD FOR AMERICA!!! Obama's Plans to Dismantle the US Military, Why? * 1) Obama will cut the 9 billion a defense spending in Iraq and troops * 2) Cut 10 of billions of wasteful spending * a. Cut missile defense systems * b. Investments missile defense systems * c. Will not weaponise space * d. Slow development of future combat systems * e. Will institute defense board to justify cuts in defense * 3) Set a Goal world without nuclear weapons; * a. will not develop nuclear weapons, * b. seek global band on production fiscal material * c. and will negotiate with Russia to take our "ICBM" off hair trigger alert * d. Achieve deep cuts in our nuclear defense systems Obama claims we know where he stands when he has flip-flopped on a number of issues; several flip-flops Iraq now Iraq Obama Claims he doesn't take contributions from interest groups; A Military Earmark's Ties to Obama Money Man By Matthew Mosk Washington Sen. Barack Obama requested $8 million for a military defense contractor that has close ties to one of his most prodigious fundraisers. Obama disclosed the 2006 request on a long list of earmark requests his campaign made public today. The $8 million was for something called a "High Explosive Air Burst Technology Program." The request led to $1.3 million in funding for the program. According to the campaign's earmark disclosure, the defense project was overseen by General Dynamics, one of the nation's largest military contractors.

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