“Clown Prince” obama Proves He’s STILL Incompetent, STILL Duplicitous!!
    The middle and latter stages of the Viet Nam Conflict are still shining illustrations that a war CAN NOT be run from “downtown Washington!!”  General William Westmoreland had to get permission daily, for everything that happened in-country, with the possible exception of his morning toilet’.
    President Johnson and later, President Nixon held daily meetings with the CIA, the Joint Chiefs, the Defense Department, Pentagon ‘yes-men’ and anyone else they could think of that would/could deflect blame away from the executive branch when the whole thing turned to crap, as it eventually did.  At the close of these daily briefings secure messages were transmitted to Westmoreland who became responsible for enacting the next [daily] inane, insane policy.  The men and women who served during the Viet Nam era had the admiration and respect of most of the then-current regime and the American people.
   Today, much has changed. 
Today, exective inexperience, glaring incompetence and complete duplicitousness are the order of the day. 
Today, the military and most of it’s members are loathed by the regime that struggles to fight a war on two fronts with divisiveness and indecisiveness  fraught with deadly delays.
Today, the “Clown Prince” surrounds himself with “desk-jockey generals” who will do and say anything he wants to see and hear–for the sole purpose of the next star; the next medal; the next ‘plum’ assignment.
Today, the true American Fighting Man is held in contempt by the regime, much like General Stanley McChrystal is.
   Yes, General McChrystal probably should not have done those interviews for that article in Rolling Stone Magazine.  The General has a reputation for saying and thinking what other military members are afraid to say; precisely why he was SELECTED BY obama for his current position!!  One thing ya got’ta give him though: he calls a spade–a spade; an incompetent boob–an incompetent boob!! 

    The General has an extensive military education:  West Point; the Special Forces Officer’s Course; the Infantry Officer Advanced Course; the Command and Staff Course, Naval War College; a Senior Service Fellow at the JFK School of Government, Harvard University.  In contrast, his ‘boss’ is: a graduate of a private high school–the Punahou School;  attended Occidental College;  a graduate of Columbia University;  a graduate of Harvard Law School.
    In continuing the comparison

  • General McChrystal learned the essentials of warfare:  Break more of their ‘toys’ than they break of yours; force the enemy into a greater loss of human assets than your losses–plain and simple!! 
  •  “Clown Prince” obama worked with the teachings of Saul Alinsky’s ‘Rules for Radicals,’ on the streets and in the ghettos of Chicago’s Southside.  obama learned that if ya stir political ‘shit’ enough, the stink will force politicians to ‘roll-over-and-play-dead!!’  He was a lecturer at the Chicago Law School when he wasn’t writing one of his books.           

Maybe the crux of obama’s problem with General McChrystal is that the General used one of the “Clown Prince’s” own ‘Alinsky Rules’ against him:
Now would be a good time to see ‘Rasmussen Reports [ http://www.rasmussenreports.com/ ]‘ run a scientific poll on obama versus McChrystal’s popularity among likely voters!!   I lay good money on a 90/10 ratio in the General’s favor.

Rule 5: Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It’s hard to counterattack ridicule, and it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage.

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Til Nex’Time….

P.S.  See that photo of General McChystal??
All that tin crap on and above his pocket flaps??  That all means something, and AIN’T EASY to come by!!  Each piece of ‘tin’ takes one Hell of a lot’ta training, work, experience, ‘blood, sweat and tears’ to earn.
On his left side, above his pocket….. see all that pretty, colorful crap??  We–current and former members–of the military call it “fruit salad,” though not disparagingly.  Each one is either a stand-alone ribbon or a ribbon that represents a medal earned.  Some–in his case I suspect, very few–are “I was there” ribbons while most are awards of ‘actual medals’ for doing something ‘above-and-beyond,’ usually with valor!!

Tomorrow, let’s do it all over again….

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