View Full Version : More Treacherous orders from The Moron

01-11-2010, 10:29 PM
There is hardly a day that passes that The Moron's dubious loyalty doesn't come into question. How long can we survive with 'leadership' like this?

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">On December 29, and very much under the radar, (he was sunnin' and funnin' in Hawaii at the time), Obama declassified just about everything he possibly could. All of it will help foreign governments and Obama's Communist-Socialist associates in the U.S. This executive order is a tsunami info-dump of newly declassified data -- material that was classified before June 29, 1985. It is all about to be made public -- despite the danger this poses to U.S. national security -- 180 days from the signing of the Executive Order.

The age of the documents doesn't automatically diminish the national security risk. Many of the individuals and organizations this material will cover are still very much with us. And Obama's new regulations also make it tougher to classify documents. "When determining to originally classify information, if there is significant doubt about the need to classify the information, it shall not be classified." Why not err on the side of caution, especially in a time of war?

The new rules stipulate that "information in permanently historically valuable records exempted from automatic declassification at 25 years must be declassified at 50 years unless it concerns: a confidential human source, a human intelligence source, or key design concepts of weapons of mass destruction." Reassured? Don't be. The definition of "weapons of mass destruction" has also been changed so as to allow for the declassification of more documents.

Obama will also establish a new National Declassification Center (NDC), whose job will be to "streamline declassification processes. ...The President has committed the NDC to process over 400 million records by 2013 and so this center will be very large scale in nature."

Worst of all, the new regulations specifically describe processes by which "classified information originating in one agency may be disseminated by any other agency to which it has been made available" to foreign governments. </div></div>