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What will it take?

23 Sep

How much more will it take before our military leadership moves against a questionable and dangerous regime in D.C.?   Just what will it take before our military to steps in? 

I know, I know.  The officer’s oaths prevent them from taking any such actions. 

However, what if it can be determined that the Kenyan currently occupying the People’s House was/is behind the recent circumstances surrounding the death of a U.S. Ambassador and his attending aides?  What if the FBI, the very people he dispatched to cover up, to drag out, an investigation for political purposes were to come clean in their findings, and those findings supported such a hypothesis?  What if the evidence led us in that direction?  Would that be enough?  

Why did Obama send in a domestic law enforcement agency to investigate a war scene?  Everyone, including our Generals (especially our Generals) know that move was problematic.  That decision ranges from one of obfuscation at the least, to deliberate treason at the worst.  Could it be that a sitting President could hate this country so much that he would reduce our ability to protect ourselves both economically and militarily at the same time? 

We have had piss poor civilian leadership in the past that has created, or helped to create, financial catastrophes, and we have had some poor war-time civilian leadership.  We have never had one who intentionally set up a power structure within the administration that is tasked with the job of destroying the very fabric that holds the nation together.  Planned reductions in our military arsenals, societal decomposition packages put in place, intentional debt over-runs (without even an operating budget), and collusion with foreign sovereigns to dismantle an accepted foreign exchange currency and petro-dollar are among just a few things that this administration should be investigated over.  A combination of any two of those could be enough to unravel the nation at this time.  Our enemies are lining up against us.  They are joining together as never before to insure the permanent destruction of the United States.  Perhaps the Trojan Horse has already opened the gates.  Perhaps not.  What will it take before we act to find out?  

A cover-up is an attempt, whether successful or not, to conceal evidence of wrongdoing, error, incompetence or other embarrassing information. In a passive cover-up information is simply not provided; in an active cover-up deception is used.  The expression is usually applied to people in positions of authority who abuse their power to avoid or silence criticism or to deflect guilt of wrongdoing. Those who initiate a cover up (or their allies) may be responsible for a misdeed, a breach of trust or duty or a crime.  While the terms are often used interchangeably, cover-up involves withholding incriminatory evidence, while whitewash involves releasing misleading evidence.

One would think that the selling out of one Ambassador would be sufficient to at least start a base inquisition. Should the FBI return from Libya with information to that effect, it must be enough.

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Posted by on September 23, 2012 in Committee of Correspondence

 

7 responses to “What will it take?

  1. Dannyboy53

    September 23, 2012 at 8:31 am

    As to the higher ups (Pentagon types) I’m afraid to trust many of those. They are career oriented “perfumed princes” as retired Lt. Colonel David Hackworth US Army, used to call them!
    As hard a pill as it is for us to swallow, we must accept the possiblity (I believe, probability) their are some “plants” within their ranks. I think their behavior makes it obvious they cling to communist ideals.

    But I’m also convinced if the situation ever arose withing our borders, the many true patriotic Warriors we have will weed them out!

     
  2. Dannyboy53

    September 23, 2012 at 8:52 am

    In adding an afterthought. I think it laughable, if not for the murder of those American Citizens, that the Kenyan sent the FBI to investigate.

    It would appear the useful idiot Kenyan is trying his best to incite trouble with the ragheads here in our country.

     
  3. Craig Cavanaugh

    September 23, 2012 at 8:55 am

    “We have never had one who intentionally set up a power structure within the administration that is tasked with the job of destroying the very fabric that holds the nation together.”

    Uh… Patriot Act. George W. Bush. Don’t get me started on Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln…

     
  4. Wildflower

    September 23, 2012 at 9:39 am

    at least most military types can make and use a decent hanging noose

     
    • Dannyboy53

      September 23, 2012 at 10:35 am

      I’ll even FedEx the rope to them!

       
      • soffitrat

        September 23, 2012 at 4:12 pm

        Hell! I’ll hot shot the ropes to them!

        They can never hope to fight the people. And win…

        And you’re right. Don’t mention that criminal Lincoln to me either! I’d have shot him in the head myself! Huzzah! John Wilkes Booth!

         

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