The Presidents Commencement Address at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Did anyone happen to catch any of in whatever form (written, listening, news organizations) of President Barack Obama’s commencement speech today at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy? Having read, listened to, and seen the president addressing the Coast Guard graduates was not only embarrassing but as Dr. Charles Krauthammer stated last night in referring to Obama’s entire administration as being “either delusional or cynical.”
President Obama shows just how delusional he is as he speaks of the dangers facing America — globally and leading to America — as the greatest threat to national security is without question — global warming.
So why not debate him and his off-line arrogant ego with the facts of a nuclear Iran and/or No. Korea? Furthermore, have a look at what Dr. Krauthammer is saying (just below) regarding the “tremendous defeat” with the clear facts that Mosul, Fallujah, and now Ramadi is hopelessly gone to ISIS.
Earlier in the day another liberal was barking vehemently in agreement with King Obama with regards to Boko Haram was Juan Williams on today’s episode of Fox News’ The Five. Having complete and utter agreement with Obama, Williams held to the premonition:
“Understand, climate change did not cause the conflicts we see around the world, yet what we also know is that severe drought helped to create the instability in Nigeria that was exploited by the terrorist group Boko Haram,” he said.
Furthermore it was intimated by The Five panel that as a result of drought, this is the reasoning behind the rape and torture of Nigerian, Syrian, and any other high school aged girls from wherever to be involved in this organizations jihad.
On “Special Report” tonight, Charles Krauthammer reacted to how the Obama administration is responding to the fall of Ramadi to ISIS.
The White House has downplayed the situation as a “setback.”
Krauthammer said that the administration is “either delusional or cynical.”
“I would hope cynical, because otherwise we’re in deep trouble,” he remarked. “This is a tremendous defeat. This isn’t only a geographic defeat, the fact that Mosul is gone, Fallujah is gone and now Ramadi is gone. It’s that the Iraqi army once again ran.”
Does everyone or anyone remember our articles of “The Three Basic Tenants of War”? For those who are new of course, or have fallen behind just a bit, the three basic tenants to win a war are as follows:
War — my friends has a definition that is anything but jovial or happy. War — by definition is to go up against your enemy; 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.
As a metaphorical illustration let’s ask a simple question: Did we (U.S. Military) enact and completely adhere to the three basic tenants of war — or would you agree with the fact that the nation’s politicians not only ended the Iraq war but did very little to ensure the success of the mission?