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Governor Palin to Military Brass: Get a Clue

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  • RedDaveR

    It’s great to see Gov. Palin speak out on this. She is showing one more reason for her book Good Tidings and Great Joy.

  • qtdb7

    America needs a REAL leader.
    The only REAL leader in America right now is Gov. Sarah Palin.
    Gov. Palin will help the helpless, not the clueless.
    Gov. Palin does not reward bad behaviors.

    • hrandym

      Actually, BO IS a real leader. It’s just that he is the leader of the enemy, and he seems to be winning at the present time.

  • DocBarry1

    n addition, how about the Brass remaining quiet about Benghazi – why hasn’t commanders rebelled and quit over leaving our men behind – our military brass has not lived up to their oath – sadly

    • dave7777

      I have wondered about this. How can military leaders put job security ahead of the safety of the troops. This applies especially to those who have been removed from command or forced into retirement.

    • alien4palin

      Their silence is deafening!!!

      • hrandym

        Maybe patriotism evaporates somewhere above field grade.

    • hrandym

      Any "Brass" that disagrees should not quit, but should look for ways that they can, in their positions, help guide. The arrogance and ambivalence shown by Clinton and the dogged inaction by Congress on a matter as serious as this is inexcusable, and despicable. Until this is settled by appropriate punishment, there is no law in this land.

      • DocBarry1

        I respectfully disagree, military personnel plus an Ambassador were left unprotected on 9/11and then left behind to be killed without an attempt to keep to their motto – no one is left behind – military leadership and Cabinet members have resigned for a lot less

        • hrandym

          Well, Doc, just who do you think will replace the officers when they quit? The problem is the command above the officers. Having been an officer, I understand what a commander means when he commands. The problem is at the very top. if you will recall, senior commanders DID want to respond, but could not because the order for such an action had to come from the Command in Chief. We need a new Commander in Chief, not a bunch of resigning officers. We may end up needing those officers when the so-called ‘Commander in Chief’ is replaced. No need to decimate the military. That’s just what BO wants.

          • DocBarry1

            Principles Principles – there are times when you must stand up – to me people died because of lies that are still happening and silence is wrong

  • cbenoistd

    Our Secretaries of Defense and State don’t seem to like anybody very much.

    • alien4palin

      Excellent summary of the quality of the actors!!!

  • John_Frank

    Stacy, thank you for bringing the Governor’s latest FB post to people’s attention.

  • DemonRatKiller

    I think this will answer some questions:

    H. L. Mencken (born 1880 – died 1956) was a journalist, satirist, critic, and Democrat. He wrote this editorial while working for the Baltimore Evening Sun, which appeared in the July 26, 1920, edition:
    "As democracy is perfected, the office of the President represents, more
    and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day,
    the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at last and the
    White House will be occupied by a downright fool and complete narcissistic moron." —H. L. Mencken, The Baltimore Evening Sun, July 26, 1920

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