Obama’s Thesis On Soviet Nuclear Disarmament

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October 15, 2008

This seems a might strange. Obama has sounded mostly silly for trying to use his student travels to Pakistan to speak to his alleged knowledge of foreign affairs. Yet he is said to have penned his senior thesis on Soviet Nuclear disarmament just a few years before the end of the Cold War thanks to Reagan. Why wouldn’t he want to share his great insights with the world?

Anyone want to guess just how far on the wrong side of History Obama was on that one? I’m thinking pretty far if he’s afraid of having it read.

He barely mentions Columbia, training ground for the elite, where he transferred in his junior year, majoring in political science and international relations and writing his thesis on Soviet nuclear disarmament.



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  1. Robert says:

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    Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Poll: Obama 48%, McCain 44%
    Obama holds edge as race remains stable
    UTICA, New York – The race for the White House has developed a familiar ebb and flow in advance of tonight’s final presidential debate, as Democratic Party presidential nominee Barack Obama remains slightly ahead of Republican John McCain, but cannot seem to break away, the latest results from the Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby daily tracking telephone poll shows.
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    48.2%
    49.0%
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    44.2%
    45.2%
    45.3%
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  2. Spartan112 says:

    Of course he could be our current fearless leader who wrote his thesis in crayon on the advantages of booze over blow.

  3. Susan says:

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    This one is the plumber talking to Obama.

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