What do you think of our Commander in Chief?

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What do you think of our Commander in Chief?

Post by lw173 » Wed Oct 17, 2007 5:21 pm

Many American people are worried that not only this country but the world as a whole has been turned upside down by our current government.

I for one, must agree, many of our you warrior are being killed or disabled by the inabilities of those who are suppose to represent us.

Our commander in chief is talking about world war 3. Scary isnt it. Just because Russia does not permit our government to place missiles to face Iran.

I dont mean to be opposed to our countrie's needs, because I would fight to the last ounce blood drop from my veins runs out, for what this nation is suppose to stand for, but when it hits home, when our young warriors loose their life over things that are not even benefit our country or the world as a whole, I am against.

I am a Vet. and pround to put my life on the line for it. But this insanity we must stop before we all end up dead, except for those who have all the money in the world that do not care about those who really fought for our freedoms.

I am really sad that the country that is suppose to be the greatest in the world, has turned in to the most hated. I mean, we can't go anywhere because we may be killed because we are Americans. This is not what we are suppose to be or represent.

I know that some of you may not agree. But that is ok, because that is what this country is suppose to provide for us, freedom of speech. but if our freedoms are being hindered by people that are too rich to care for what happens to the rest of us, that I have a problem with.

what do you think? Please dont hate me for what I just said, I mean no disrespect to us the American people. But we are being hated all over the world. This is not the way is suppose to be.

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Post by Rickey Nelson » Wed Oct 17, 2007 9:29 pm

I agree... but there are things we need to do to let people know that we are not going to be pushed around... there where some Commander in Chiefs that were led by the congressmen in Washington that did nothing when we where bullied.. If you can remember when the hostages where taken and Ronald Regan said if he wins the presidency his is coming to get them and he won and they let them go.....I am PROUD to have served under George Bush and STORMING NORMAN...and the way they kept the congressmen and the news media from interfering.
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Post by Dagger X-Ray » Wed Oct 17, 2007 11:39 pm

Well put in both cases.
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Post by Redmaxx » Thu Oct 18, 2007 2:59 pm

Rickey Nelson wrote:I agree... but there are things we need to do to let people know that we are not going to be pushed around... there where some Commander in Chiefs that were led by the congressmen in Washington that did nothing when we where bullied.. If you can remember when the hostages where taken and Ronald Regan said if he wins the presidency his is coming to get them and he won and they let them go.....I am PROUD to have served under George Bush and STORMING NORMAN...and the way they kept the congressmen and the news media from interfering.
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Post by lw173 » Thu Oct 18, 2007 5:00 pm

Well, brothers, I cannot argue with you, because I am PROUD as well to have done the deed, Just not with the current CIC.
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Post by 5thFSEMSG » Thu Oct 18, 2007 8:42 pm

He has had his problems, but I'll take him any day over Al Gore. Would you REALLY have wanted Al Gore to be President when we were attacked? We would have been apologizing to the terrorists and paying reparations to the terrorist's families because our big old, nasty buildings got in the way of their stolen airplanes!

If you think that's bad, see what becomes of the Military if the unimaginable happens and Hillary becomes President for the 3rd time. SHUDDER!
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Post by lw173 » Fri Oct 19, 2007 8:39 am

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Post by doublecheese » Tue Nov 27, 2007 3:56 am

5thFSEMSG wrote:He has had his problems, but I'll take him any day over Al Gore. Would you REALLY have wanted Al Gore to be President when we were attacked? We would have been apologizing to the terrorists and paying reparations to the terrorist's families because our big old, nasty buildings got in the way of their stolen airplanes!

If you think that's bad, see what becomes of the Military if the unimaginable happens and Hillary becomes President for the 3rd time. SHUDDER!
I think the outcome will always be the same, no matter who is incharge. our goverment plays us like a fiddle.
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Post by bilbo37 » Tue Nov 27, 2007 7:51 pm

That may be true.. Though I wish that there were a better way to have the CIC step down when the people say enough is enough....
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Post by lw173 » Mon Dec 17, 2007 12:15 am

I think they all those are somewhat related to each other. I think there are 8 ex-presidents that are true bloodline, but they all come from the same gene.

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