Obama Inc. May Provide Classified Missile Defense Data to Russia

Remember when spies used to say stuff like this?

Remember when spies used to say stuff like this?

Flexibility is the best missile defense, they say. And by they, I mean Obama and Biden. So Obama has his yoga mat out and he is going to show Vladimir some extraordinary flexibility.

The head of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency says that the Obama administration has discussed declassifying key data on U.S. missile defense in order to provide it to Russia.

The administration has been exploring how to ease Russian concerns that the U.S. missile defense shield is aimed at countering Russia’s nuclear arsenal.

Arms control advocates have suggested that revealing missile interceptor capabilities could provide a breakthrough on an issue that Russia says stands in the way of nuclear arms reductions. But doing so would provoke charges by Republicans that the administration is compromising national security to appease Moscow.

Also giving Russia all our nuclear codes and the locations of all our ICBM silos would provoke unreasonable complaints from the Republicans that national security was more secure under Alger Hiss.

Under questioning at a hearing on Wednesday, Missile Defense Agency director Vice Adm. James Syring said that he has discussed declassifying data, including the speed of interceptors, with senior Defense Department officials.

I can’t see any possible reason not to tell the Russians the speed at which our interceptors will intercept their missiles. There is certainly no possible way that could compromise our missile defense… especially considering that the people we’re using it against are using Russian derived technology.

Both Rosenbergs and Alger Hiss all agree that it’s a foolproof plan and Obama should go ahead with it as soon as possible. And Aldrich Ames just called me up to say that he’s willing to personally convey this information to Russia in exchange for a suitcase full of diamonds.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "Arms control advocates have suggested that revealing missile interceptor capabilities could provide a breakthrough on an issue that Russia says stands in the way of nuclear arms reductions. But doing so would provoke charges by Republicans that the administration is compromising national security to appease Moscow."

    Those bloodsucking conservatives again…getting in the way of world peace! Where is the peace prize for Putin?

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  • Charley

    Surprise upon surprise from our great leader and his minions. If you have been paying attention, this news is not surprising at all, just a variation on a theme repeated over and over again for the last 4+ years. It is not even appeasement. It is, as clearly implied in the article, treason. Treason that will be explained away, covered up, and fed in poisonous spoons full to a gullible, clueless public.

  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    Obama Inc is both red and green, therefore, divulging national interests to Russia and a myriad of Islamic nations is a done deal. It should be a given, at least if one understands their proclivities – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/08/17/valerie-jarre

    And Daniel understands better than most what the above alliance portends, and knows that Valerie Jarrett IS key, in both directional ends, as a communist and Iranian born/sympathizing anti-American.

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

  • truebearing

    Rising out of a quagmire of diplomatic disasters, now comes Obama's Horatio Alger Hiss moment! Sure, his policies have been umitigated failures in the past, but now he will earn that Nobel Peace Prize by giving the peace-loving Russians the key to our defense. Brilliant! What could go wrong?

    If this isn't proof that Obama hates this nation and wants to destroy us, I don't know what is.

  • Deerknocker

    I believe Reagan first proposed this idea of sharing missile defense technology with Russia (USSR back then). I didn't much like the idea back then, but I at least trusted Reagan to not do something harmful to the US. With Obama, I trust only that he will do something stupid. The very idea of this administration piling heaps of missile defense secrets on the bargaining table until Putin agrees to be nice just fills me with concern. Let Russia worry a bit about what our missile defense capabilities might be. Let him sweat a bit about the outcome of any missile attack he may think of launching.