For those of you who have not been paying attention to this latest episode of No Boots on the Ground (Kinda) let me point something out.
In an unprecedented breach, multiple Generals have come forward to criticize the Obama Administration’s approach to ISISISILALQEADA in the Middle East.
This happened three days ago… just before the bombing started.
It takes weeks to create a plan to bomb Bad Guys. So these Men who came forward had knowledge of the Presidents Plan for Syria, and Iraq, yet came forward ANYWAY.
This can mean only one thing.
These Military Professionals do not believe the bombing of large sandy areas will do anything meaningful to our supposed enemies. These Men knew what was afoot, and know it is political posturing lacking substance. They know from experience that you cannot destroy an Idea from the air.
It will however make for fun video of bright rocket launches taken at night and large explosions.
And, this will provide ample opportunity for the White House to make frequent trips to the closest podium and hope the networks interrupt their current programming with their empty, undefined and intentionally difficult to understand statements.
All crafted as a cheap way to get the U.S. Masses to feel placated. If things go south… will we hear a demand to put journalists on the ground to ‘cover the human toll’ war ravaged countries endure? Flag draped coffins anyone? With a Progressive Liberal in Office? Of course not.
But then again, this is the Smartest Man to have ever been President. He must know what he’s doing… in all things.
So maybe, unlike Bill Clinton’s Tomahawk Diplomacy, this bombing will be a brilliant solution none of us ‘unwashed’ are intelligent enough to understand.
I’ve been wrong before.
But let me ask… Why did we Leave?
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According to the family members they were just such nice boys.
The family avers the boys did not bomb the Boston Marathon… they were set up.
Or, Even if they did Bomb the Marathon… it had nothing to do with Islam.
But I’m not so sure about that…
The Black Flags of Khorasan
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Note: Don’t act, think or feel as if this behavior is unique. It takes little effort and a few minutes of watching the news to find American mothers, aunts and siblings who profess the same things when their little Johnny shoots the neighbor kid over drugs… money… clothes… a “mad-dog look” etc. The only difference is an ideology propelling them do commit the act. The feeling of entitlement to commit the act is the same.
Another Aside: Wouldn’t it be interesting if law enforcement showed the same reaction to the gang violence plaguing our streets? Exactly how much force must be shown in order to kill or capture what is currently believed to be two (now one) assailant? At any moment I expect to see footage of a F-22 fly over… bizarre… (Don’t misunderstand, I’m well aware of the seriousness associated with a renegade bomber. I’m just not sure why there are so many up-armored Humvee’s speeding every which way, and parked at every intersection. It’s almost like they have them out because “by golly we got’em so we better use’m.”) What exactly is the message to the terrorists? If you blow anything up, by God we will bankrupt that surrounding area with unnecessary overtime… Does anyone in the media dare to bring this up?
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