51HygO6tecL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_Getting a rather late start on this evenings blog, however for what I’ve got to say perhaps it is better that I keep this article to a minimum. I really am not the sort of person who gets upset or otherwise because of a very illegitimate government especially with those who serve in it — and then again if I need just a smidgen of getting my dander up all I need to do is think, albeit very slightly about the many, many names I would like to call the president.

So please bear with me — I believe that this is important, therefore I need to make reference to some of the exactly the same nonconstitutional, corrupt, and criminal qualities as our president now breaths and with one hope try and reach one person out there who can relate to what I have to say.

Hopefully we have all learned something from our president who at one time went by Barry Sotero, and as far as we know is still using someone else’s Social Security number, with several experts who have found more idiosyncrasies with a “make believe Birth Certificate;” so here we have a man who has disobeyed just about every whim the Founder’s had and he laughs while strutting around saying, “Oh I’m the President, I can do anything I want to…”

You know that this little blurb with the mind of an insect does not have a legitimate legacy he can call his own. But if you and I are not careful and mindfully realize our votes we may entertain the notion of Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton winning an election then all I can say is the second verse will be far worse than the first.

And her administration is shaping up so well it is as if she planned it. In all sincerity, how many of you knew that as First Lady, she had hubby “Slick Willy” darn near sign an executive order and issued to the secret service ordering them to stand nothing closer than 50 feet of her? 

So today I was thinking she ought to be in Washington about now lobbying her little weight gain off getting the

Why so 'Honorable"?

Why so ‘Honorable”?

secret service she really wants. And doesn’t the secret service director look kind of close to Hillary Clinton?
My greatest hope beyond all my hopes is that we are still America when what’s his name finally gets hauled out of town or will it be sharia law and early morning Muslim Hymns — calling all of us from the West to prayer?

Oh darn it! Before I forget back to my hope beyond hopes. I believe that what’s his name will have a nice long life ahead of him because I would love to be around when he goes public and says, “Oh you all know about this rule of law breaking, my new income statement shows my net worth at $12.6 million dollars now and I’ve got almost two years to go…However you all deserve the truth, ‘yes’ I am not an American citizen, cheated like a kid at Harvard Law, and oh that Columbia University stretch lasted for as long as it took the power brokers to get me into Harvard.”

Please notice that I have added to my page count up top, about Obama’s visit to 60 Minutes. That’s it for now.


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What is real…and what is not..?

What is real…and what is not..?

barry and his bullshit factoryThis much we will quite openly and readily say that the goings on within our Nation’s leadership has gotten so bad that unfortunately we must call it real.*
Three issues we are bringing to the table for discussion (please don’t hesitate!) today. One, violence perpetrated on individuals by people who allege they are Muslims. Secondly, we have been sold a hill made of beans, or everything but the actual truth and this needs action right now. Thirdly, we are no different or better off than when Barack Obama took over the Presidency, than we are then or now. Three matters we would love your take on:

Issue One: Violence of all kinds is being perpetrated within schools by students, in schools by people other than students, at and on military bases from abortions to murder, to outsiders trying to get in and steal; however, it is within this portion that we also believe that our government deserves an indictment, a nation does not lose 12 thousand rockets/missiles in route to Syria without accountability or justice. And finally there is definitely a degree of terrorism that is occurring in America’s business interests right here on our own nation that by Presidential executive order gets labeled as “work place violence.”
Oddly enough what Timothy McVeigh did in Oklahoma City to the Federal Building there cannot possibly be recalled in history as “work place violence” inasmuch as McVeigh did not work there, period. However, a quick look to the other side of these matters is that Lt. Col. Hassan did work at Ft. Hood. Through his misguided beliefs in his religion, and his open discussions with Jihadists’ in Iraq and Yemen and who knows where the massacre at Ft. Hood is anything but excusable work place violence. We believe the same definitions could be used to describe the latest beheading in Oklahoma not as workplace violence by a self proclaimed Muslim.

Issue Two: Ironically I was reading a piece lately on the manner of perception. It did take this particular author quite a while to get to the point but the perception of a person’s behavior is based on reality or what they perceive as reality. No rubbish here folks. If perception by a human being defines a particular reality to them — then why the choice? What is real or what is perceived as real is the choice — however, in the study of cultures and communities there exists written laws as to determine what is real and/or perceived as real.
It is without bias or a “likeability factor” that this is where Barack Obama has serious delusional problems. If one were to take them any further we think it would be a matter of psychosomatic illness. It remains egregious that one man makes the decision on what manner of violence has taken place — when in reality we are at war and are fighting terror.

Issue Three: President Obama maintains that the Nation is now better off then when President George Bush,419105_10151238154313092_1906501386_n the younger was president. Why anyone would go to these lengths definitely has a problem with the truth. If when Obama became president and the unemployment rate was at 6.8 percent then that same rate one year later is 7.8 percent, then two years later the rate is hovering around 13.4 percent and finally six and one half years later the rate has retrenched to 6.8 percent — how could any person in their right mind allege that the employment rate is better?
*“The problem with the president, I think, on this issue, is you almost can’t believe anything coming out of his mouth going forward,” Charlie Gasparino said today on Fox News’ program “Outnumbered.”

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Now Let’s put things into perspective !

Its Friday, Now Let’s put things into perspective !

obama-0828It certainly seems like this notion of Politics v. The World has now run beyond — well beyond — its due course and as a result it is easy to see where the government, more precisely Barack Obama has dropped the ball. Maybe (gee ya’ think) as so many people are surmising these separate instances of ISIS or ISL, Eric Holder retiring, and the bigger matters are being swept under the rug as I type.

In the first offering of bigger matters, brings me to wondrous tears. Still with the assistance of the British flying missions in Iraq only really…come on folks! We haven’t even put our jets in Iraq. Okay then so we get a limited scurry of assistance from the French. But where are they bombing? Algiers! Got their dander up to the point where Algiers is sending ground troops to Syria.

Obama…Commander-in-Chief Obama, should under no circumstances let any nation — allies or not — intervene into the current strategy he is trying to fool the world with. Therefore my second offering of bigger matters is that Obama is allowing any nation that is not going to bomb U.S.A. forces just walk on to the battlefield at whatever quivering whim.

The third item has to be how is he going to win a war with the ability to hold the ground the Air Force has taken away, without loyal and diligent boots on the ground. We think it is very probable, if not already in the planning that someone from that area of the world will come upon a load of cash, start government making to take over “their” new land. All I want to say at this time is that if I were in the military I would be planning everything I do inevitability waiting for orders to go to Syria.

There does not seem to be any remorse on the side of this President for matters left undone. We obviously believe that as the time comes around for decisive actions to be taken such as amnesty for 5 million illegal aliens, he will see to it with one stroke of his pen that at least the executive order has been in effect.
We also believe that the remaining actions regarding Lois Lerner, formally of the Internal Revenue Service will somehowsurely-not-me-images - Copy - Copy receive a presidential pardon; furthermore, all of these civil rights claims such as leaning in on the press — James Rosen — Ferguson, MO., and Michael Brown will be dumped on to the new administration as will the disciplinary difficulties currently outstanding with the Operation Fast & Furious debacle in Mexico. As for the National Security Agency — just deduce it to say that there back up to business as usual, especially with wire-tapping. Everything that this person has done without regard to the rule of law and the U.S. Constitution will be gone by the wayside and into someone else’s lap.

It’s Friday, Now Let em’ have it!

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President Obama’s fundraising trips are partly funded by taxpayer money: watchdog

President Obama’s fundraising trips are partly funded by taxpayer money: watchdog

judicialwatch-3President Obama is the most prolific political fundraiser in American history, hauling in hundreds of millions of dollars for Democrats — and taxpayers are helping him do it. The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch on Tuesday tallied Air Force One’s flight hours for Obama’s fundraising trips in July to Denver and New York.

Those trips, two of the hundreds of fundraising trips Obama has taken as president, cost the Air Force alone $1,159,823.50, Judicial Watch said. That’s based on a Freedom of Information Act response to the group in which the Air Force said the president’s plane costs $210,877 per hour to fly. The two trips included 5.5 hours of flight time, the Air Force said.

An unknown portion Obama’s travel expenses are covered by the Democratic party committees benefiting from his fundraisers. But the White House and the committees won’t say how those costs are divided up. Obama often takes trips that include both official functions and fundraisers, leaving the billing unclear.

“As in other administrations, we follow all rules and regulations to ensure that the DNC or other relevant political committee pays what is required for the President and First Lady to travel to political events,” White House Regional Communications Director Keith Maley said.

We would like to see your alleged proof, Sir.


Did not prosecute

Did not prosecute

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It’s about time!

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“A Latte Salute” Completely unacceptable…

“A Latte Salute” Completely unacceptable…

Latte Salute1Sixteen months ago, President Obama came under fire from critics after he asked Marines at the White House to hold umbrellas for him and then-Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan during an outdoor news conference in which it rained.

I realize as a journalist, columnist, and an international syndicated writer that good decorum would dictate as to what kudos and/or reprimands I should give the POTUS. I agree with many of my colleagues that insofar as Mr. Obama’s arrogant attitude his behavior sends many signals to the public.

I attend to the notion that I may try and suppress the lesser than outrageous behaviorisms and focus only on the most terrible of his atrocities to make mention about. Or perhaps let it all go and mind my own business. Ah…but then where would the approval ratings be if I and every other journalist did the same thing?

As for my rating, Obama sure outdoes himself just about daily these days; subsequently the proverbial title that he has Proper Salute1earned from his precedent setting bowing before kings, his loud mouth moments of global warning that magically have been reduced to the climate change, and further on until “The Latte Salute” who is this person who feels as though he can disrespect anyone he comes into contact with or on the fly?

Well one thing is for certain. President Obama did hear from his military members today. Apparently Navy sailors as well as Army and the Marine Corps. service personnel did not quite care for yet another means of disrespect.

“Wait – did President Obama just salute the Marines with a LATTE in his hand?!” the National Republican Congressional Committee tweeted.

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Are you experiencing Shock and Awe!


These circles with the intensity of color shows concentration of the coalitions enemies.

Are you experiencing Shock and Awe!

I do not know about you folks but I sure did not. Compare for instance what happened to Baghdad in 1991 then again in 2003 and there really is nothing to compare with regards to Shock and Awe!

However it was nice to see the targets being hit; moreover, from what jet, bomber, or Tomahawk missile, stealth aircraft, and whatever else was used in those bombing raids. Yet, the most significant comparison cane at the behest of from whom they were delivered by. I was delightfully surprised to see some unexpected coalition partners deciding to take it to the limit and putting their fair share into their own self-defense. Believe it or not, and I would love to say that it was a grand surprise.

Now all things being equal it appears as though some of the enemies strategy was kept from the general public and in most situations of war I believe that is precisely what should be done. However then again, we have been brought into the trough by some of those with bragging rights or politics being their prime motivator.

It sure seemed as though the coalition partners are what made the day. As well as those intelligence sources on the jetfighterapground that can share the information with their buddies in the sky. Through no planning whatsoever, Barack Obama now finds himself in the real Commander-in-Chief role. Again for what it is worth, I as well believe that this kind of operation could take years to finalize especially at this rate.

Then again, everybody and their grandmother has got their own perspective on just “how” things should work out. Unfortunately for most of them what they will find out is that the two or three best-sellers they have read, or Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum’s unforgettable works, they all seem to know what to do.

Just a different topic for a moment, and we are ready to field any and all stipulations so please if you have ANY please do not hesitate to contact me without haste. Okay?

hillary_internHillary Clinton — It could be me but I have a difficult time finding anything whatsoever that she could claim as her own doing; what I mean is that would a “First Lady” become a Senator from New York then travel on to become a Secretary of State?


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US, Partners Start Airstrikes in Syria

Okay there has been a start of Annihilation

Gulf_War_Photobox21And hopefully this is the first — reporting of the bombing raids — as we eagerly await the news and possible reports of damage estimates.

The U.S. and five Arab countries launched airstrikes Monday night on Islamic State group targets in Syria, expanding a military campaign into a country whose three-year civil war has given the brutal militant group a safe haven.
Using a mix of manned aircraft — fighter jets and bombers — plus Tomahawk cruise missiles, the strikes were part of the expanded military campaign that President Barack Obama authorized nearly two weeks ago in order to disrupt and destroy the Islamic State militants, who have slaughtered thousands of people, beheaded Westerners — including two American journalists — and captured large swaths of Syria and northern and western Iraq.

We of course have our fingers crossed and maybe someone is looking for prayer concerns; subsequently we hope that at least someone in either the planning commission or decision making team read our article: The Tenets of War. Not even if the taken or “won” ground is not secured by US Troops — Boots on the ground — it does seem apparent that some of the coalition partners will.

U.S. officials said the airstrikes began around 8:30 p.m. EDT, and were conducted by the U.S., Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates. The first wave of strikes finished about 90 minutes later, but the operation was expected to continue for several more hours, according to one U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly by name about an ongoing mission.

First strikes are always the protocol especially when there are such heinous enemies that have issued an edict against you. For further reading please click the box below.



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What was the Islamic State thinking

What was the Islamic State thinking? We know it is sophisticated in its use of modern media. But what was the logic of propagating to the world videos of its beheadings of two Americans (and subsequently a Briton) — sure to inflame public opinion? That kind of action not only defines how a culture is, but also what it will do to survive.

There are two possible explanations. One is that these terrorists are more depraved and less savvy than we think. They so glory in blood that they could not resist making an international spectacle of their savagery and did not quite fathom how such a brazen, contemptuous slaughter of Americans would radically alter public opinion and risk bringing down upon them the furies of the U.S. Air Force.

The second theory is that they were fully aware of the inevitable consequence of their broadcast beheadings — and they intended the outcome. It was an easily sprung trap to provoke America into entering the Mesopotamian war. Why?

female-kurd-warriorBecause they’re sure we will lose. Not immediately and not militarily. They know we always win the battles but they are convinced that, as war drags on, we lose heart and go home.

Interestingly enough there is merit, proof, and evidence behind that statement. Not very many people on earth today could possibly fathom what WW II or even WW I was like on America’s economy. Moreover, we have wondered if this Nation ever got into those type of wars again, would the people of today know how to ration for food, ration for gas lines, and the like. How many would stoop to criminal procedures to get what they need and blame it on the government?

They count on Barack Obama quitting the Iraq/Syria campaign just as he quit Iraq and Libya in 2011 and is in the process of leaving Afghanistan now. And this goes beyond Obama. They see a post-9/11 pattern: America experiences shock and outrage and demands action. Then, seeing no quick resolution, it tires and seeks out leaders who will order the retreat. In Obama, they found the quintessential such leader.

As for the short run, the Islamic State knows it will be pounded from the air. But it deems that price worth paying, given its gains in propaganda and prestige — translated into renown and recruiting — from these public executions.

Understanding this requires adjusting our thinking. A common mantra is that American cruelty — Abu Ghraib, RT_isil_fighter_holding_flag_mosul_jt_140827_16x9_608Guantanamo, “torture,” the Iraq War itself — is the great jihadist recruiting tool. But leaving Iraq, closing Abu Ghraib and prohibiting “enhanced interrogation” had zero effect on recruiting. In fact, jihadi cadres from Mali to Mosul have only swelled during Obama’s outstretched-hand presidency.

Turns out the Islamic State’s best recruiting tool is indeed savagery — its own. Deliberate, defiant, triumphant. The beheadings are not just a magnet for psychopaths around the world. They are choreographed demonstrations of its own unbounded determination and of American helplessness. In Osama bin Laden’s famous formulation, who is the “strong horse” now?

We tend to forget that at this stage in its career, the Islamic State’s principal fight is intramural. It seeks to supersede and supplant its jihadi rivals — from al-Qaida in Pakistan to Jabhat al-Nusra in Syria — to emerge as champion of the one true jihad.

Tsar-BombThe strategy is simple: Draw in the world’s great superpower, create the ultimate foil and thus instantly achieve supreme stature in radical Islam as America’s nemesis. It is for this reason and the very definition of what makes a superpower that brings defense to my earlier posting of short range and modified nuclear devices. My statement is like this — superpowers are the way they are because they have the means of annihilation; consequently, just as President Reagan did with his notion that a huge defense will forever outlive the greatest of the offenders. If we have them then let’s use them in order to stop senseless beheadings and endless atrocities. May are target be open dessert land.

It worked. A year ago, the world had never heard of this group, then named ISIS (the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria). Now it is the subject of presidential addresses, parliamentary debates and international conferences. It is the new al-Qaida, which itself has been demoted to JV.

Indeed, so eclipsed and upstaged is al-Qaida that its leader, Ayman al-Zawahiri, scrambled to reveal the creation of a new India/South Asia branch. It announced itself this month with its first operation — a comically botched attack on a Pakistani frigate that left 10 al-Qaida fighters dead and the ship intact.

While al-Qaida was being humiliated, a huge Paris conference devoted entirely to the Islamic State was convened by Secretary of State John Kerry. Like his other conferences, it failed. Obama’s “broad coalition” remains a fantasy.

It’s more a coalition of the unwilling. Turkey denied us the use of its air bases. The Sunni Arab states are reluctant to do anything militarily significant. And not a single country has volunteered combat troops. Hardly a surprise, given that Obama has repeatedly ruled that out for the U.S. itself.

Testifying on Wednesday to the Senate, Kerry declared that the Islamic State “must be defeated. Period. End of story.” Not the most wisely crafted of declarations: The punctuational emphasis carried unfortunate echoes of Obama’s promise about healthcare plans and the word “must” carried similar echoes of Obama’s assertions that Bashar Assad had to go.

But Kerry’s statement remains true for strategic and even moral reasons. But especially because when the enemy deliberately brings you into combat, it is all the more imperative to show the world that he made a big mistake. charles-krauthammer-114x80

Thanks first and foremost for Dr. Charles Krauthammer for his trained methodology, writing, and inspiration whose report I used to make little changes too.

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Before I become a Misinformed “Official ‘Fool me Twice'” person

Before I become a Misinformed “Official ‘Fool me Twice'” person, I need further examination

Guess he has known along.

Guess he has known along.

And that therefore is my thesis statement as far as this Ebola catastrophe just happens to flare up in Western Sub-Saharan Africa. There is just a bit of difficulty that I am having at the moment — inasmuch as Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. Other nations have reported outbreaks of the Ebola virus in Tunis, Cameroon, and Gabon. But in reality what have we really seen and heard? Of course most of our data, at least visually is by way of television. And after what I’ve seen on television with the reloading of maimed victims to and from ambulances produced by networks that maintain license and copy rights here in the U.S.A.

This isn’t to suggest that I board a flight immediately to the region and check for myself; however, with news coming from the White House on everything from the NFL, Michael Brown, and ISIS as well as ISL frankly, I just find all of this difficult to handle. So Mr. Writer, what do you find that alerts you?

One of the largest situations for me to believe is the staffing, and recruitment of this Islamic organization. Oh yeah, I saw the speech at the new conference where even our own President Obama, dismissed the notion of ISIS being a part of Islam. I think I speak to every Geography teacher in our Nation about how do we teach our students where Islam is on the map.

Outside of that I am still at odds whenever President Obama brings up or addresses Islam; actually to the point now where we should definitely toss in his entire role of America being number 1 insofar as I see and feel the president’s loyalty leaning toward Islam.

As part of the consensus who here reading will attest to the fact that 2 to 3 months ago when we were made to knownuclear_explosion_596x283-340x161 about ISIS, when at that time alleged they had an operational battle ready force of 2,500 to maybe 3,500 men willing to participate in Iraq, Syria, and within weeks now it has become the United States who they have added to their list.

Furthermore, it is alleged that ISIS forces are now getting close to 40,000 troops with a cadre (leadership) of Saddam Hussein’s former officers and bureaucrats. Now someone’s got to help this writer out — weren’t those guys at one time in the suit of Clubs?

I have just one more thing to put forward for this little morsel. It appears as though the Islamic nations are refusing to coalesce with the U.S. Americans with their problems. Right then… Iran doesn’t want to get involved, Iraq’s former spit-shined Army ran when there was sound of the first gun shots, Saudi Arabia will allow some small interim bases to be built but no men, Syria well…Syria has their own problems with the anti-Assad counter terrorists, who we plan on taking a year to train with our money, guns, bullets, grenades, and your basic “whatever they need.”

nukeemOkay then what area we are presenting is the Middle East up to Turkey, or Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, perhaps Pakistan and even Jordan along with Saudi Arabia as well as maybe Egypt, Libya, Niger, Chad, and the Central African Republic getting involved also for Allah’s sake.

I suggest to you now that the option of low range nuclear weapons be brought to the table.


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The Main Tenets of War

The Main (Fundamentals) of War

Dempsey1It ostensibly means more to me each day and night. One who does not see some limitations in their own lives literally influences everything they want to do in that life. Most importantly however is when the decisions of the person who does not see their own limitations, makes decisions that will affect almost everyone in the world.

We believe that President Obama is in the prelude of making a huge mistake that will affect most people of the world. We further believe that the president has read and agrees with the most biased and distorted media now, in this country. Whoever even considered this person the Commander-in-Chief outside of title and an add-on position with the presidency, allow me to be the first:

The American people should assist in sponsoring legislation that would keep the health and safety of our armed forces to a maximum. What we believe is that if a person is given a title the Congress or the Supreme Court should be able to intervene as to whether or not the individual is capable, moreover, has the mental competence to act on that title.

The United States has what is referred to as the Joint Staff. This organization is made up of the heads of all branches of the military with each having a staff of analysts giving personnel for every situation imaginable. Hence, this is where the Joint-Chiefs-of-Staff come into the picture of course with one designate to be the Commander, Joint-Chiefs-of-Staff.

There is absolutely nothing as mystifying and special than that of just meeting one of these Joint-Staff members. But just walking into a room when they meet and seeing more decorations and stars, bars, anchors, and a raw sense of war knowledge can be a bit overwhelming.

The biggest difference between those who are on the Joint-Staff and a Commander-in-Chief is in the reality that those of the Joint-Staff have earned their right to even be considered for the positions. What has President Obama done that has earned him the title of Commander-in-Chief? Nothing. What have the people among the Joint-Chiefs-of-Staff done to earn their titles and position?

War — my friends has a definition that is anything but jovial or happy. War — by definition is to go up against your 030326_war_03_jpgenemy; however, there are management particulars that attach to each aspect of that war. Three basic tenets of war are to defeat and/or disseminate your enemy’s forces beyond repair. The second basic tenet is to hold the ground in which your military has taken. The third tenet of war is to take out as much infrastructure that is necessary for the supervised rebuilding with a new Chief in town.

These tried and very true tenets of war is what works as opposed to those that do not work. Examples of the tenets in real life: Early World War II (WWII) was amassed with companies, battalions, and divisions of soldiers fighting the will and testament of the German military. The German military machine was completely disseminated. Anyone ever wonder why the US still has a command presence there? Oh yes, Germany proved to be a vastly superior force than our Staff’s generally believed and therefore, the U.S. was not about ready to say, “okay we are leaving now; make sure to build your own democratic government.”

Gulf_War_PhotoboxFortunately for the U.S. we were not into building Nation-States at that time. Mind you the great empire of Germany was split into four separate constituencies…one for the U.S., and one for the Soviets, one for the Great Britain, and the fourth was for Germany.

Now if we view the South Pacific in the later portion of WWII the precise same three tenets of war were put into place. Japan still does have U.S. military present on Okinawa. The other two tenets were concluded in a different way; yet, were nonetheless necessary.

Same holds true in South Korea. In fact the only times the war tenets were not held true was in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Please believe me when I say that the Joint-Chief’s are not in total compliance with their Commander. Neither am I.


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