We have been at war with the Jihadists since the early 1970s and some would say since around 1800. No matter when the current war started and more than likely 2001, it is the responsibility of the United States Congres to apply the United States Constitution and finance the War. Why? Because it is inside the Constitution.
I have been hearing that Obama will be spanked by the libtards that wholly do not understand the United States Constitution and even if they did, they hate it, so why bother? Name me one libtard that understanhds the United States Constitution. Show me. And, I am not saying to cite a particular section...I mean explain it.
So, as Congress decides to let Obama decide on the Afghanistan decision, let's just see where the money will come from. If there is no money, cut all federal spending - the unconstitutional federal spending - and apply the federal monies to finance the war. We don't need any "taxes" to pay for the war. We do need the federal government to stop the unconstitutional federal spending on Marxist-sociopathic stupidity.
Why should the Terrorists Gaining Upper Hand Against Troops Due to Obama's "Fundamental Change" of America? What in the "oh for Heavens' sake" does that mean? Giving the enemy an upper hand? Isn't that abetting the enemy? Isn't that either a treasonous act or an act that requires impeachment?
However, Obama's Afghan plan will be a political gambit and we all now it. It is a placating event and he will try to make every body happy and will make no one happy. So, what good is the act of appeasement? Well, unloess he likes to get "spanked".
The United States won't finish the job in Afghanistan because the job that it should finish and the job in President Obama's mind are two different things.
The job of the United States and NATO in Afghanistan is to defeat the Taliban and Al-Qaeda and remove their ability to sow terror in the U.S. and other western nations. The job in Obama's mind is to get the United States out of the country as soon as he possibly can with the least amount of political damage to himself.
President Obama is a politician in the worst sense of the word and doesn't have the mindset to bring the war in Afghanistan to a successful conclusion. That would require him to be resolute and strong with a clear understanding of why the U.S. and NATO are there in the first place. It would require him to make a long term military commitment on the part of the United States regardless of what other NATO nations do, and regardless of the political consequences at home. He would have to place his anti war mentality aside, exercise real leadership and vision and be a true war time President. There is nothing in his record that he will ever be willing or able to do any of this and that is why the Taliban and Al-Qaeda won't be defeated in Afghanistan or anywhere else as long as he is in office. [...]
So, when is this impeachment thing coming to a fray?
More at Memeorandum as follows...
KABUL -- The future of the war in Afghanistan was on the line as Gen. Stanley McChrystal met with Defense Secretary Robert Gates in a secret rendezvous at a Belgian airbase in August.
Gen. McChrystal, the top Western commander in Afghanistan, pushed for more U.S. troops to roll back the spreading Taliban-led insurgency. Mr. Gates, officials say, was skeptical.
A quarter-century ago, he was a top Central Intelligence Agency officer aiding the anti-Soviet rebels in Afghanistan, and he remembered how a 1985 decision by the Soviet Union to widen that earlier war had failed to turn the tide. [...]
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