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The would-be Peace President, by failing to grasp strategy the force, will leave a legacy of war

Saturday, June 14, 2014

This opinion piece by Charles Moore in the Telegraph is a good and thoughtful critique of Barack Obama's failed foreign policy.

People blame the new horrors in Iraq on the American-led invasion in 2003. But the exact reason why the country is in civil war today is because the Americans are not there. If US troops were still present, the fanatical ISIS, the “Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham”, would not have swept through the north of the country and now be threatening Baghdad.

Mr Obama is not a pacifist. He sees the utility of force in individual tricky situations. It would not be at all surprising if he uses a bit of it soon, in drone or aerial form, in Iraq. What he does not see is its strategic value. He does not grasp, apparently, that the Pax Americana, under whose protection we have lived since 1945, has existed because it has always been backed by the credible threat of force. Weakness is provocative to bad actors, and some of the world’s worst have now been provoked. This seems to have come as an almost complete surprise to the Obama White House. The Peace President is starting to leave a legacy of war.

In the case of Iraq, so great has been the White House preoccupation with not being Bush-like that it has no other policy. Colin Powell, the former US Secretary of State, famously invoked the “Pottery Barn rule” – “You break it, you own it”. Mr Obama thought that he did not break it himself (which was true), and drew the mistaken conclusion that therefore he did not own it. He did own it, simply because he is President of the United States. When he disowned it, in 2011, he ensured that it would break once more. No doubt his administration is right in all the hard things it lays at the door of the Iraqi prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki. But that is no self-exculpation. America left the country to him, declaring it stable. Yesterday, Mr Obama described the current situation as a ''regional problem’’, which wrongly implies that it’s not much to do with him.
 The fact is that you can say what you want about the wisdom of Bush's initial invasion of Iraq. But Obama should have known exactly what he was getting into when he decided to run for president. As Mr. Moore indicates, once Obama took office he owned it. It's much like when Nixon came into power. LBJ's Viet Nam War became Nixon's war, like it or not. That's just the way it works and it applies just as much today as it did in 1969.

And now Obama is learning the same lesson that Nixon learned. Nixon's solution was to "Vietanmize" the Viet Nam War. Of course it failed because you can throw millions of dollars at an army, provide it with the best military equipment money can buy, and give that army the best training available, but if the soldiers in the army do not want to fight for a corrupt government they won't. Now Obama is learning the same lesson. What Joe Biden once called the administration's "greatest achievement" has turned into one of the administration's greatest nightmares. And the administration and it's supporters are not going to be able to get out of this crisis by merely blaming Bush. 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/barackobama/10897992/Iraq-Barack-Obamas-self-regarding-goodness-is-bad-news-for-the-rest-of-us.html
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Killed in action searching for Bergdahl the traitor

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

PFC Matthew Michael Martinek, Died September 11, 2009

Staff Sgt. Kurt Robert Curtiss, Died August 26, 2009

SSG Clayton Bowen,Died August 18, 2009

PFC Morris Walker,Died August 18, 2009

SSG Michael Murphrey,Died September 6, 2009

These are the true heroes. In the other hand, Bergdahl is a traitor and a deserter and he was not worht even one American life, let alone all of these. And now there are indications that "many others from various units were wounded or killed while actively looking for Bergdahl."

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/06/col-david-hunt-we-lost-14-soldiers-searching-for-deserter-bergdahl-video/
posted by John, 10:29 AM | link | 0 comments |

Here are the six brave soldiers who got killed looking for the deserter

Monday, June 2, 2014


posted by John, 10:08 PM | link | 0 comments |

Fellow soldiers call Bowe Bergdahl a deserter, not a hero

http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/01/us/bergdahl-deserter-or-hero/index.html

I think I will go with what our brave fighting men say about this incident, not Obama's spin.

He deserted his post and we traded five really bad guys for him???? Why??? He had better go to jail when this is all done. Lives have been lost and future lives will be lost because of him. Obumbles made a bad call on this. Again!
Taliban prisoner swap was ILLEGAL claims GOP as former federal prosecutor says it could lead to Obama's impeachment.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2646425/Taliban-prisoner-swap-ILLEGAL-claims-GOP-former-federal-prosecutor-claims-lead-Obamas-IMPEACHMENT.html
posted by John, 3:01 PM | link | 0 comments |

Sickening Michael Sam - Tim Tebow double standard

Monday, May 12, 2014

My congratulations to Old Miss basketball star Marshall Henderson for this tweet.
Boycotting sportscenter till this Michael Sam nasty a** s*** is off...My brothers are 7 and 11 and saw that!!! #SICKENING.
 Henderson had had some drug problems in the past as many youngsters do, but apparently he has got his act together.

Then the Miami Dolphins fined linebacker Don Jones for tweeting "OMG" in reaction to that disgusting video of Michael Sam kissing his boyfriend. It has got to the point now where apparently we are no longer allowed to have opinions if the PC police do not approve. It's pathetic.

Then we have Florida State University linebacker DeMarcus Walker's reaction.
Y’all praise Michael Sam for being gay but y’all mocked Tim Tebow for being a Christian.
Walker is right on. The double standard concerning Sam compared to Tebow is sickening. I suppose that Walker will also be punished for exercising his free speech rights.

I tell you folks. This country is absolutely going to Hell.
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The new St. Louis Rams cheerleaders

Saturday, May 10, 2014


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Ben Carson for president 2016

Friday, May 2, 2014

Dr. Ben Carson

I think it's time for all conservatives to unite behind one candidate for the 2016 nomination. And no it's not too early. If we don't watch it we'll have a repeat of 2008 and 2012 when we nominated a so-called moderate because we were told a conservative couldn't win, and then that moderate lost anyway. And what we really don't need is another Bush-Clinton election. If we get that then Hillary may as well start measuring the White House drapes.

Dr. Ben Carson is articulate, good looking and charismatic. And he is a bona fide conservative who isn't afraid to say so. And as an outsider he doesn't carry the stench of Washington with him. Nominate him and I'll guarantee you that the party will get the biggest African American vote since Eisenhower. It's time to get behind him. Let's not split conservative support among several candidates and allow either Bush or Christie to waltz right into the convention with the nomination in hand.
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