70% of active military oppose ground troops in Iraq because they distrust their commander-in-chief

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The Secret Service, an elite corps of men and women sworn to take a bullet for the president, is in disarray.
Reportedly, the Department of Homeland Security, too, is in disarray. (See Washington Post.)
The latest is a survey of active military service members which found that a majority (more than 70%) oppose combat “boots on the ground” in Iraq, not because they don’t want to fight, but because they have grave doubts about their commander in chief.
All signs of an administration that is falling apart at the seams.

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0 responses to “70% of active military oppose ground troops in Iraq because they distrust their commander-in-chief

  1. This sickens me entirely . . . our beautiful young men and women put in harms way for what ??? Washington, DC hasn’t a clue what is going on. I don’t fault any military personnel for fearing the worst.

     
  2. If our own SOLDIERS don’t believe in the alleged president,it’s past time for him to step down and hand control over to someone who at least knows what war is about.

     
  3. I wonder if people truly realize how devastating it is that our military has such a justified mistrust of a man that is supposed to be their commander in chief? It’s an ominous sign for this country. I had heard that Obama has few fans among the enlisted but I was unaware that the numbers were that steep.

     
  4. I cannot post what I am thinking.
    My “F” key is toast as it is.
    -Dave

     

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