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Message Subject OBAMA FIRES ANOTHER TOP GENERAL !! For Asking Sr. Obama officials : "Then what?" regarding Iran
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Military men are master strategist's. They spend their careers learning about not just war, but the larger strategic implications of war. You can win and still lose. You can lose and still win. Obama and his fairy winged advisors need to STFU and listen to the generals.

That way we might not end up a third world country.

An example is how the brass have been trying to tell the politicians for years that overspending will cripple us strategically, but nobody will listen to them.
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YEP ... Military men are Master Strategists !!

*That is why after 10 years there we are STILL fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan ... daily.


*That is why the Taliban are probably going to take back control of Afghanistan within 18 months after we leave.

*That is why Iraq is at the ragged edge of a Civil War 9 years after we invaded the place in order to "free them" from a Dictator, and we killed more Iraqi's (who had nothing to do with 9/11 - but the Saudi's who did remained uninvaded) than their "brutal" Dictator did. (oh ... and WMD's in Iraq, the lack of finding any after we turned over every rock in the country showed how UNintelligent our "Intelligent" services really are)

YEP ... our Military men ARE Master Strategists ... NOT.

Sheesh ...

Our Military men may know how to fight a big Conventional War, but for a war that involves unconventional means and which involves a "minds" (ie: political) component they didn't seem to learn anything from 1965 onward, even after loss after loss. (Vietnam, Cambodia, Lebanon, Somalia, and now Afghanistan and Iraq)
 
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