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April 23, 2010


Matthew Lewis

I got one of those, as well. It's rather silly.

And actually, the missile defense question isn't even accurate. Without getting too wonky, Obama is ditching the land-based interceptors in Eastern Europe, but he's continuing to research (and deploy) sea-based upgraded Aegis missile defense capabilities. And like you said, the science behind missile defense is quite shaky. Most tests have been far from unqualified success.

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