This is just another typical example of Democratic presidents giving away the American store. NASA ended its manned space program today, with nothing on the drawing board to get us back into space.
President Obama's view as to America's place in the world seems to mirror the same philosophy as that of past recent Democrats in the White House. He believes that the U.S. should not lead the world in anything: he is presiding over the collapse of the greatest economy on the planet, and happily so. In his heart of heart, he doesn't believe in American greatness and thinks we are just part of the global crowd. Let someone else lead, he suggests.
We are now second or even third in the world in space technology, behind Russia and Japan. Who would have thought this a mere decade ago?
But this slacker president is nothing new in Democrat circles. Recall Bill Clinton authorizing Loral to sell our missile guidance technology to the Chinese. It's only fair, he suggests, to have a 'partner' in technological innovation. Unbelievable, simply incredible the way Democrats think.
Recall Jimmy Carter giving away the Panama Canal, a U.S. possession that was the greatest engineering feat ever accomplished by man. Now in the possession of a banana republic that is not exactly America's best ally, thanks to this incompetent dreamer, who cared not a whit about the greatness of America.
And what engineering achievement eclipsed that of the building of the Panama Canal? Reaching the moon, of course. And now that achievement has been diminished greatly by this current cowardly administration suggesting that the money we no longer spend on NASA can be better put to use by transferring it to crack addicts in ghettos, encouraging them to proliferate.
All at the expense of American greatness. When will the voters of this country learn that when we elect Democrats to the presidency, we suffer as a nation?
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