We have reached the here-to-fore inconceivable circumstance where the officers and enlisted personnel of the military find their oath of service and allegiance contains self-contradicting elements. Never before has the Commander in Chief been so diametrically in opposition to the Constitution. As evidenced by the “Stand Down” order given by the President during the Benghazi crisis the President and the Constitution are in conflict. Military personnel are also in conflict because they have to make a choice between the two. Our military is conflicted because we have a President who, whether legally or in spirit, is not an American. How can we survive with this cancer?
I am compelled to draw a contrast between two Presidents. Obama during Benghazi, “Stand down, stand down, stand down.” Bush at the threats from Saddam, “Bring it on.”
This is the difference between a hands on American ex-military President and a frigging paper shuffling, community organizing, social worker. Special emphasis on “frigging.”
Abandoning our troops in trouble simply does not sit well with Americans who were raised in a land of the free and the home of the brave. Could it be that we do not have leadership of our own persuasion and upbringing?