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Be Careful  
Floresville, TX  
May 15, 2013 7:21pm
 
So, according to Prairie, John McCainís assessment is wrong about the military as quoted in the last post. The testimony of the number two in charge in Libya does not count because you canít take information and make rationale conclusion from his statements. Oh no, he wasnít there? So, if we canít use what people say and is reported; how does Prairie draw logical conclusion? He just uses some colloquial comment about him being older than dirt and anyone who disagrees with him is some name or on some sort of drugs. My statement was more on why did not military not try. Put planes in the air for Aviano, why no planes in Crete, if Reagan could bomb Libya from California, then planes could have been there. Where was the C-130AC that has been mentioned? Why was the mission stopped from US military in Tripoli?

Prairie since you went to high school Patton you should be aware military commanders are questioned all the time and the military is run by civilian leadership. We as citizens have a right to question. I guess only your off the questions are worthy of Monday night quarterbacking. No doubt this administration lied to win an election. Ends justify the means and it worked for them. Nonetheless, as a Veteran and citizen who depend on the US military to protect me, I am interested in having the Civilian leadership (US government) making sure the military tries to rescue Americans even if it is in vain. Maybe, if they would have tried, people who put their life on the line would confidence in their government.

Not that you read more than a few rag papers, he is one more article that has no truth because it has words on a paper and does not come from the Oracle of Delphi in your head.

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/348119/teflon-decision-making-our-military
     
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