A Patriotic Response To The “Clown Prince;” 09/01/2012

barackingham Palace,

District of Corruption

September 1, 2012

    On Friday, I visited Fort Bliss in Texas, where I met with some of our extraordinary men and women in uniform to mark the second anniversary of the end of major combat in Iraq.

It was a chance to thank our troops for the outstanding work they’ve done over the last decade. Fort Bliss is home to soldiers who took part in every major phase of the Iraq War – from the initial assault on Baghdad; to the years of fighting block by block; to the partnership with the Iraqi people that helped give them a chance to forge their own destiny.

And while the war itself remains a source of controversy here at home, one thing will never be in doubt – the members of our armed forces are patriots in every sense of the word. They met every mission and performed every task that was asked of them with precision, commitment and skill. And now, with no Americans fighting in Iraq, it’s my privilege on behalf of a grateful nation to once again congratulate these men and women on a job well done. This anniversary is a chance to appreciate how far we’ve come. But it’s also a reminder that there is still difficult work ahead of us in Afghanistan. Some of the soldiers I met at Fort Bliss had just come home from the battlefield, and others are getting ready to ship out.

[What I’m not telling you: I do appreciate the patriotism of these great military men and women!  While those who should know, say there are no U.S. fighting forces left in Iraq, I’m sure we still have CIA assets at risk in the region.  I don’t mean to “rain on anyone’s parade” but the public needs to look into the vast expense generated by a war that will prove to be a minor-hiccup in the radical muslim history of the Middle East.]
    We’ve broken the Taliban’s momentum in Afghanistan, and begun the transition to an Afghan lead. Next month, the last of the troops I ordered as part of the surge against the Taliban will come home, and by 2014, the transition to Afghan lead will be complete. But as long as we have a single American in harm’s way, we will continue to do everything in our power to keep them safe and help them succeed. That means giving them a clear mission and the equipment they need on the front lines. But it also means taking care of our veterans and their families. Because no one who fights for this country should have to fight for a job or a roof over their head when they come home.

    I also told our soldiers at Bliss that part of honoring their service means strengthening the nation they fought so hard to protect. As we turn the page on a decade of war, it’s time to do some nation-building here at home. My grandfather’s generation came back from World War II and helped form the backbone of the greatest middle-class in history. They helped this country come back stronger than before. Today’s veterans have the skills, the discipline, and the leadership skills to do the exact same thing – and it’s our job to give them that chance. It’s time to build a nation that lives up to the ideals that so many Americans have fought for – a nation where they can realize the dream they sacrificed to protect. We need to rebuild our roads and runways and ports. We need to lay broadband lines across this country and put our veterans back to work as cops and firefighters in communities that need them. And we need to come together to make America a place where hard work is rewarded and anyone willing to put in the effort can make it if they try. That’s how we can honor our troops. That’s the welcome home they’ve earned.

[What I’m not telling you: The ‘Afgan’ portion of our war against the radical-muslims in the Middle East is not going as well as I–and my socio-fascist buddies in the Congress–would like you to believe, given the Afgan ‘appreciation’ shown by “Blue-on-Green” murders of US and other coalition forces by members of the Afgan ‘Police’ forces.  These are proving to be as deadly as the IED murders!

    What the non-muslim Americans don’t understand are the similarities of, and differences between, “Taliban” and “al Qaeda,” two radical-muslim terrorist groups.  At first glance, the two organizations seem the same.  They are quite different in their philosophies.

The word ‘Taliban’ originates from ‘talib’ which means “student.”  The Taliban was formed by Mullah Mohammed Omar with it’s basis in the radical, demeaning Sharia law.

The definition of ‘al Qaeda’ is “base.”  al Qaeda was founded by Osama bin Laden, with it’s basis as “worldwide terror without boundaries.”  After I killed him, I thought that would be the end of it!!  Alas, no.  Remember my 2009 “Clown Prince” obama Worldwide Apology Tour?  That ‘kissing of every fuzzy, brown ass in the radical-muslim world‘ was a subtle show of my personal support for Sharia Law; hence that too, should have stopped the killing of US troops in the region.  We can see how well both operations worked!
    As I outwardly applaud the efforts of our soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines, back in barackingham Palace I further gut their budget with each new proposal.  The latest being $487 Billion in Palace-proposed cuts with an additional $500 Billion in Congressional cuts over the next ten years. That works out to another nearly $99 Billion–ANNUALLY–I can piss-away on all those unsustainable ‘green energy’ facilities that are already bankrupt prior to barackingham Palace support!!  With that, have a great Labor Day weekend; remember to ‘kiss a union member!’]