Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Dead U.S. Navy Seals In Afghanistan Brings Burning Criticism of Bush and Obama

Military Strategist Calls for Obama Impeachment and More
by Winsip Custer CPW News Service

     Following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center by Osama Bin Laden's group of 19 Al Qaeda terrorists, fifteen of whom were Saudi Arabians, the United States invaded Iraq to prevent Saddam Hussein from providing Al Qaeda safe harbor while delivering Hussein's arsenal of atomic weapons to another American target. With Osama Bin Laden's travels to Afghanistan and his apparent avoidance of Iraq in order to prevent the disclosure of his alliance with Saddam Hussein, the U.S. Military Establishment adjusted its mission from a primary focus on Iraq to the nation that had been termed the "Soviet Union's Vietnam"... Afghanistan.
     One of the Navy seals killed this week in the Taliban downing of a U.S. Navy Chinook helicopter 60 miles from Kabul had told his family that he had joined the Navy immediately after 9/11 in order to save the Republic. The 30-man contingent of reinforcements experienced a fire fight with the Taliban who fired a rocket propelled grenade into the helicopter from about 150 yards away causing it to crash into a valley near a river bank. According to witnesses the chopper burst into flames killing 30 American and 7 Afghanistan soldiers.
     Dr. Winslow P. Slithers of the Center for Sensible Subterfuge, a U.S. military cogitation and rumination consortium, has challenged President Barack Obama and predecessor, George W. Bush's tactics in providing the American people a rationale for invasion of Iraq.  "That was followed by a declaration of 'mission accomplished', the capture and killing of Osama bin Laden....which was the goal of the military's foray into Afghanistan and its continued terrorist interdiction in "the Soviet Union's Vietnam," said Slithers.
     "It is always wise," said Slithers, "to have a strategy when entering a war or policing action or even the grocery store when buying groceries.  As a boy if we went to a cafeteria, my mother would tell me what I was going to have and I had to stick to it.  Why?  Because she knew that my eyes were going to be bigger than my stomach. It is good to have a goal, but the invasion of Iraq was not the correct one, nor was committing the entire U.S. military to these two nations when one was not even involved in 9/11, had no weapons of mass destruction while the other's harboring of Bin Laden could have.....as it eventually was.....solved by a special forces swat team. For the mission to have been completed with the killing of Osama Bin Laden in Abbotsabod, Pakistan, President Obama should have tauted George W. Bush's delusional early announcement of success followed by the immediate withdrawal from the 'Soviet's Vietnam' in order to avoid the appearance that Obama is the puppet of the Military Industrialist Complex whose minions include companies like Halliburton, KBR, Remington, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Exxon, thousands of independent U.S. military complex suppliers and contractors wishing to prolong the conflict in order to keep the tax supported mission pumping profits onto the companies' quarterly profit statements.  On the other hand, these deaths may have the effect of prolonging the retaliative energy and focus of the American people in the run up to the next presidential election when Obama will suddenly provide a claim of stability and victory in the region and withdrawal before the ballot booths open in November 2012," said Slithers.
     "We at the Center for Sensible Subterfuge believe that this sad comedy of errors culminating in Barack Obama's torpid oversight of George W. Bush's misguided military adventures deserves impeachment," said Slithers.  "Impeachment for Obama and hanging for Bush," Slithers concluded.

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