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    Newt.."U.S. at greater risk under Obama"

     

    The U.S. is at greater risk of terrorist attack because of the Obama administration's actions, Newt Gingrich said Monday.

     

    In a chat with POLITICO readers, Gingrich also called the administration’s response to the North Korean missile launch a “vivid demonstration of weakness in foreign policy.” He said Obama’s proposals for a resumption of nuclear arms limitation talks reflected “a dangerous fantasy that runs an enormous risk. ... Not since Jimmy Carter have we had an administration this out of touch with reality.”

     

    “Dick Cheney is clearly right in saying that between the court decisions about terrorists and the administration actions, the United States is running greater risks of getting attacked than we were under President Bush,” said the former speaker of the House and Georgia congressman. end of article post...

     

    I mean you have got to be kidding me. I know following the rules is something foreign to Newt and his bomb orama clan...however, What else was our President suppose to do. Bomb N. Korea?

     

    Did Newt and Cheney both forget that we were attacked under Bush's watch?

     

    How refreshing it is to have a talk first President then one who is a reactionist and just flies off the handle at the slightest sign of upheaval...N. Korea has been pulling this stunt for years...Including while Bush was President, with no military action...

     

    Geez...that party is really out of touch with the real world...

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