I can't find anything about it on the Internet.
Hardly a surprise, given the anti-American agenda of The Times... the paper long known for revealing our national security secrets, but to the joy and direct support of our enemies.
Now, 65 years later, our military doesn't even trust the next president, let alone the seditious news media. To wit:
Barack Obama's transition team on Friday denied a report in a British newspaper that the president-elect wants to open secret talks with Hamas.
The Guardian, citing transition team sources, reported that Obama's advisers are urging him to use U.S. intelligence agencies to "initiate low-level or clandestine" communications with the militant Islamic organization battling Israeli forces in Gaza.
Here's a link to the Guardian story and while I don't trust the Brits anymore (and probably less) than our domestic newsroom elitists, it seems to be a well-sourced story.
This community-organizing buffoon has been entrusted with the "nuclear football", and that keeps me up at night, but he now has the means, motive and opportunity to FDR the economy... and as someone who was counting on his retirement portfolio, that keeps me up the rest of the night.
One of the few national reporters worthy of the title, ABC's John Stossel, concisely set forth in an op-ed piece last month why Obama and his minions will destroy, not improve our economy:
This is not the first time a president chose reform over recovery. Franklin Roosevelt did it with his New Deal, and the result was long years of depression and deprivation. Roosevelt's priorities were criticized not just by opponents of big government but by none other than John Maynard Keynes, the British economist whose theories rationalized big government. Before FDR had been in office a year, Keynes wrote him an open letter, which was printed in The New York Times:
"You are engaged on a double task, Recovery and Reform; -- recovery from the slump and the passage of those business and social reforms which are long overdue. For the first, speed and quick results are essential. The second may be urgent, too; but haste will be injurious. ... Even wise and necessary Reform may, in some respects, impede and complicate Recovery. For it will upset the confidence of the business world and weaken their existing motives to action.
"Now I am not clear, looking back over the last nine months, that the order of urgency between measures of Recovery and measures of Reform has been duly observed, or that the latter has not sometimes been mistaken for the former."
This bears repeating: For it will upset the confidence of the business world and weaken their existing motives to action.
American businessmen may be a lot of things, but seldom are they suicidal. Seeing that FDR was not to be trusted and that they would loose money by risking their capital to his socialist adherence to high taxes and massive government spending, they sat it out and the Depression continued.
In Europe it was called "The Depression", in America it was called "The Great Depression"... and with good reason.
It was only weeks ago that most of us were shocked at hear "$750 billion-dollar bailout" tossed around like it was lunch money.... that is now but a distant memory, and trillions of dollars ago.
And the socialist, anti-Americans haven't even occupied the executive branch yet.
Even economists at UCLA, not known to be an hot bed of right-wing conspirators, admitted in 2004 that Roosevelt prolonged the Great Depression by seven years.
"Why the Great Depression lasted so long has always been a great mystery, and because we never really knew the reason, we have always worried whether we would have another 10- to 15-year economic slump," said Lee E. Ohanian, vice chair of UCLA's Department of Economics. "We found that a relapse isn't likely unless lawmakers gum up a recovery with ill-conceived stimulus policies."
"Ironically, our work shows that the recovery would have been very rapid had the government not intervened," said his co-author, Harold L. Cole
If we real Americans do not stop Obama, our country will be weakened... weakened to the point that she may not recover.
We stand now at the abyss.