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#1 I've made mistakes comment wise here, but the "you are not military, F-U" attitude some offer up in the comments leaves a bad taste. Just sayin' I don't know the things military members know, but I'm sure not their enemy, politically speaking. Go after redhead Ohio parking lot guy who voted for Obama and said our ambassador deserved rape-murder and leave me alone. My opinion on military matters may be naive, but I'm on the US military man's / woman's side all the way...
Posted by M. Murcek 2012-11-07 09:04||
#2 I couldn't open up the link. I believe you M. Murcek. As you know - Anyone who voted for Obama voted for sequestration & anyone who bought into Obama's b.s. about Benghazi/Fast&Furious/DADT repeal is no true friend to the military.
Posted by Broadhead6 2012-11-07 10:57||
#3 ObamaCare is permanent and a threat to our health care system, the war on coal will be pushed toward its conclusion, and this presidents drive to disarm the United States while vastly expanding the entitlement state will proceed apace. Obamas re-election is a catastrophe for those who want a strong and liberty-based America rooted in traditional values and our Constitutional order.
The three-way split inside the Beltway is a opportunity for Obama to behave as a regulatory tyrant, and that is what he will probably do. The divided nation suits a divisive president.
I think these last three lines say it all, more of the same policies and programs, because of which will see a crippling rise in the costs of electricity, transportation fuels, related fuel taxes.
In health care, death panels are assured to become part of the landscape.
And I agree, that without a strong military/intelligence defense, the United States will result in a catastrophic attack, when our enemies find our weakest point.
Posted by Au Auric 2012-11-07 11:21||
#4 On the latter point, they don't need to. Hollowing out from within and then a little push may be all it takes, and the former is well advanced already.
Posted by lotp 2012-11-07 20:23||