Now Obama is Promising to Get Rid of All Nuclear Weapons

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Barack Obama has a plan to get rid of all the nuclear weapons in the world.

He’s going to achieve this amazing feat by making sure the US adheres to nonproliferation treaties.

Two goals of his administration would be to secure all loose nuclear material during his first term and to rid the world of nuclear weapons, Obama told an audience before a roundtable discussion at Purdue University.

Obama said adhering to nonproliferation treaties would put pressure on nations such as North Korea and Iran.

Because Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Kim Jong-Il will look at the US adhering to those treaties, and be embarrassed into getting rid of their weapons programs.

Or something like that.

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