WaPo: "It would be a mistake," Obama told CNN in an interview when asked about McCain's proposal. CNN on Saturday released excerpts from the interview that will air on Sunday.
"Look, if we're going to do something about nuclear proliferation, just to take one issue that I think is as important as any on the list, we've got to have Russia involved," the Illinois senator said.
"The amount of loose nuclear material that is floating around in the former Soviet Union, the amount of technical know-how that is in countries that used to be behind the Iron Curtain, without Russia's cooperation, our efforts in that on that front will be greatly weakened."
Sunday, July 13, 2008
McCain Wants to Throw Russia Out of G8
Obama doesn't. Stark differences in foreign policy, folks. The continuation of the Bush mindset of U.S. domination from McCain, who doesn't have a progressive thought in his mind. McCain is already thinking about who the U.S. can dominate, cutting off Russia, while Obama is considering how best to be a world citizen to end nuclear proliferation. Why would we want to poke at Russia? Good grief.
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