George Bush’s Legacy on Nuclear Weapons

George Bush has gone to war over non-existent WMD in Iraq, and in the meantime is partially responsible for the United States facing increased nuclear threats from Iran and North Korea. The New York Times looks at Bush’s nuclear legacy:

Unless something changes soon, by the end of President Bush’s second term North Korea will have produced enough plutonium for 10 or more nuclear weapons while Iran’s scientists will be close to mastering the skills needed to build their own.

That’s quite a legacy for a president sworn to keep the world’s most dangerous weapons out of the hands of the world’s most dangerous regimes.

The world has become a much more dangerous place due to the incompetence of the Bush Administration.

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