John Hinderaker, referring to the U.S.—NATO—Russian missile defense deal, writes:
Maybe the Obama plan is different from President Reagan’s in that it will protect Europe but not the United States; or maybe because NATO will control the system; or maybe because Russia is now involved in the plan. But it is disorienting to those of us who remember the Cold War, and the Democrats’ frequently discreditable role in its later stages, to see a Democratic President taking credit for missile defense as a signal foreign policy achievement.
We watch leftist and democrats (but, I repeat myself) defend Islamism and Shariah law and attack patriots when we act or speak to defend Liberty. Most, like me, wonder in befuddlement (a real word), “From whence comist that?” Of course, the leftist and Democrats (but, I repeat myself) took the same posture against Ronald Reagan as he took on the Soviets including missile defense research. Come to think about it, they are not defined by what they favor; they are rather defined by what they are against —the United States and the Declaration of Independence. Let us not be taken in by them now or in the future.