Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Do our Troops have the support of the Whitehouse?

No worries Mr President. There are plenty of more troops in Afghanistan that we can let die while you decide on when you will decide to support our troops or pull them out.

8 US troops die; new deadliest month in Afghan war

We don't want to interrupt your golf game or evening parties at the Whitehouse. At the rate of 55 military deaths a month, hell we can last another couple of years before they are all dead. At least the fringe media is doing you a favor by keeping this out of the news. We don't want to upset the political apple cart and mentioned body counts, oh no, heavens to Betsy no....meanwhile, we'll keep attending the funerals.

President Obama ties George W Bush on Golf

Country is circling the drain, Moody is ready to downgrade the countries credit rating, we're owned by the Chinese, self proclaimed communist on your staff, but hey, as long as you can salsa, it's all cool.

Geeze Barry, it might be time to put down the crack pipe.


kkollwitz said...


Chewy said...

Really makes me sad that we have a Commander in Chief that appears to have such a cavalier attitude toward our military under the auspices of being cautious.

kkollwitz said...

I saw at Breitbart that BO says he won't 'rush' a decision on A'stan.

Taking 9 months to 'decide' runs the risk of rushing?

Chewy said...

I'm all for pulling the troops out of foreign lands.

BIG CAVEAT, we must reinstitute the powers of our intelligence agency and get off their back. Let the intelligence services work with our armed forces and INSURE we are not hit (the enemies of the state will start looking up every time they walk outdoors) In addition, seal the borders. Short of that, we will remain deployed.

"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf."

George Orwell

eutychus said...

KK- "9 months"
don't forget about the year prior to the election when he had the perfect plan for Afghanistan.

Chewy said...

I know, but it's not his fault. It's Bush's fault.