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This blog used to be about politics. Not so much anymore as I have worked through my fascination with that subject. It now seems appropriate that with a new president and the end of the Bush nightmare that I move on to new subjects that are more in line with my current interests. I may still occasionally express an opinion about political matters but for the most part I will be commenting on music, photography and personal observations. Thank you for reading.

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But Aren't We Safer?

As much as it may make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside to think that toppling Saddam magically solved our WMD-Terrorist problem its simply not the case. Hopefully there are some people that realize this and with luck they'll get a couple of bucks thrown their way to do work that does actually make us safer.

U.S. Officials Try to Trace Illegal Sale of Nuclear Technology:

"Asher Karni, an Israeli who lives in South Africa, was arrested in Denver earlier this month on charges that he had illegally exported the devices to Pakistan without a license. In court documents, the American authorities charge that Mr. Karni, 50, was at the center of a global operation that used front companies and false billing records to route the trigger devices from a private manufacturer in Salem, Mass., to South Africa, the United Arab Emirates and ultimately Pakistan. "

'Cuz you see the people that want this technology to build the nasty weapons don't care where it comes from. The primary middlemen will most likely not be your fanatics but profit seeking opportunists. States will be the main purchasing agents and they will do so for the sane reason that it will give them leverage. But while we really shouldn't worry too much about states themselves, for they will most likely see it as a bargaining tool first, we should be worried that in the process of the transfer they will pass through some pretty sleazy hands. States desire more leathal weapons because it gives them diplomatic leverage. Look at what a first rate military capable of toppling governments can mean to your ability to dictate world policy.

I think we overlook the potential dangers of Pakistan and Suadi Arabia at our own risk.


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35 yr old
Highlands Ranch
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Voted for Kerry
Voted for Obama
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