Friday, May 02, 2008

Oh really?

posted by The Vidiot @ 7:34 AM Permalink

We'll be 'less safe' as we transition over to a new president?
The nation's top military officer warned yesterday that the transition to a new American president will mark a "time of vulnerability" as the United States fights two wars, and he said military leaders are already actively preparing for the changing of the guard.
What about now? Are we safe now with the war monkey at the helm?
The U.S. military has drafted and won approval for attack plans ir response to an Iran attack.
Meanwhile, on April 29, a second American aircraft carrier, USS Abraham Lincoln, steamed into the Gulf in what officials termed a show of force. They said the U.S. Navy plans to withdraw a carrier group, USS Harry S. Truman, from the region.
Yeah, because we're so much safer now.



At 12:45 PM, Blogger Bill Arnett said...

Seein' as how the actual 'battlegrounds' are 7,000 to 9,000 miles away (est.) the transition to a new president HERE will have no consequence on the ground in either country.

If they want to keep fear-mongering they should at least try and pick a scary subject and not some abjectly and patently false B.S. to peddle.

At 7:01 PM, Blogger The Sailor said...

Not to mention we had a quite effective and peaceful transition in WWII. And that was actually a world wide war on terror.


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