Revelation 3:16, Mr. Chirac.
But, maybe you've figured that out.
What am I talking about?
Namely. This. (via drudge)
From the first paragraph:
France said on Thursday it would be ready to use nuclear weapons against any state that carried out a terrorist attack against it, reaffirming the need for its nuclear deterrent.
And farther down:
Chirac, who is commander-in-chief of the armed forces, said all of France's nuclear forces had been configured with the new strategy in mind and the number of nuclear warheads on French nuclear submarines had been reduced to allow targeted strikes.
So, what changed that tune. Maybe the up-close-and-personal experience with radical islamist festivities?
Beware, your nuclear Maginot line (the line was abandoned in 1969 in favor of nuclear deterrent) has already been breached (but you know that). You are threatening 10,000 dispersed cockroaches with 300 sledgehammers; the enemy is long past adapting to that(are you a fan of the Tancredo option?). Come on, do nuclear tactics on a scale that you have developed really lend themselves to blowing up tents and homes within cities? And you complain about us?
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