Al Qaeda would likely use Nukes if they acquired them??? Really....wow......did you come up with this all by yourself??
That is why we need to defend our country, stop the "world apology tour" and get back to a strong defensive posture with those in our world who support terrorism.....
Pull your head out of your arse, President Doofus and join the "real world"...it is a bad place at times and those who would use terrorism to influence others must be caught and brought to justice.
Stop apologizing for our country being the "last best hope for the rest of world..." - WE, the defenders of freedom, (unlike our CIC who never served), who wore the uniform of our nation and defended the freedom you enjoy, have NOTHING to be sorry for....
We know the price of freedom because we have paid for it in full.
Obama: Al Qaeda Would Use Nukes If Possible
President Hosts Representatives From 47 Countries To Craft Global Agreement
WASHINGTON (AP) ―
If al Qaeda acquired nuclear weapons it "would have no compunction at using them," President Barack Obama said Sunday on the eve of a summit aimed at finding ways to secure the world's nuclear stockpile."The single biggest threat to U.S. security, both short-term, medium-term and long-term, would be the possibility of a terrorist organization obtaining a nuclear weapon,"
Obama said. "This is something that could change the security landscape in this country and around the world for years to come.""If there was ever a detonation in New York City, or London, or Johannesburg, the ramifications economically, politically and from a security perspective would be devastating," the president said."We know that organizations like Al Qaeda are in the process of trying to secure nuclear weapons or other weapons of mass destruction, and would have no compunction at using them," Obama said.
The Nuclear Security Summit of more than 40 world leaders in Washington this week is aimed at securing "loose nuclear material," Obama said. He was holding one-on-one meetings Sunday with several of those leaders.He said other world leaders have offered "very specific approaches to how we can solve this profound international problem."