Nukler, Atomic, Danger, Attack, 9/11, Remember, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Greatest Threat ...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush urged the United Nations on Saturday to enact tougher controls to stop the spread of nuclear weapons as he warned Americans about the dangers of deadly weapons.Just one question. Are these the same WMDs, you know the ones in Iraq that appear to not have existed or are these new WMDs? You are getting sleepy... your eyelids are getting heavy, on the count of 3 you will awake... you will believe I was an honorable veteran, that the invasion of Iraq was justified and successful, that we are safer today and then you will go to the voting booth and elect George W. Bush. One, two,, three ...What the F*#@?
Bush has made national security a key theme of his
re-election campaign. Earlier this week, he unveiled proposals to stop a nuclear black market as he detailed the network run by Abdul Qadeer Khan, the father of Pakistan's atomic program.
The president suggested limiting the transfer of nuclear technology to those countries that forswear atomic weapons.
In his radio address, Bush invoked memories of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States as he warned of 'the prospect of even worse dangers' that could arise if nuclear weapons fall into the wrong hands.
'The possibility of secret and sudden attack with weapons of mass destruction is the greatest threat before humanity today,' he said.[Nitpicker edits]