Skip to comments.The Trouble With Leon Panetta [supported anti-CIA, KGB-affiliated, Institute For Policy Studies]
Posted on 01/10/2009 5:55:09 AM PST by ETL
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So we should just sit on our fat apathetic *sses and not attempt to do anything about it? We need to make a big a fuss as possible about these things. Get the word out. Explain it to people in some detail. Write the Republican reps in congress to stop this dupe from being confirmed CIA chief! Senator Shelby is a good guy with influence in this area. Write his office.
...My wife and stepson voted for Obama. My wife NNNNever would talk politics with me. “I don’t want to hear it!!!” Now, she won’t shut up and has CNN on all day and night so she doesn’t miss anything! Thhhhere both hopeless lefties. I took one of their votes away. I won’t say who I voted for, but it wasn’t “that other guy”. Here in KY, McCain, “the other guy” got the electorates. Whether they’ll give them back when “they” vote is another story...
I know where he lives. Used to see him in various places near the former Fort Ord (now CSUMB) at lunch time. He is a stooge, a vacuous skull devoid of thought.
It takes a couple of generations, once they have the minds of the youth, a crisis is created and the rest is easy. It’s almost a done deal.
We need new leadership or a new party - there is no middle ground.
Im shocked, SHOCKED, that Barack Hussein Uhbama would appoint someone to office that had communist ties and socialist leanings.
Right! hard to imagine that isn’t it? His choices make it crystal clear that he is everything we thought he was.
The problem is this: We have no MEDIA!! NONE! This has never happened in the past. We can’t get info out. We need the media. If we can’t get the media to report it, we are doomed. Saudis, Soros and others are determined to buy up and control the media.
I dont see any leadership skills in the current crop in office. A new party would take years to establish. We're screwed.
Desperation sometimes breeds determination and determination invites decisiveness and decisive action often brings victory. As a conservative, I feel a bit (and just a tiny bit, out of respect) like the elements of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne, cut off and surrounded outside Foy in Belgium in December of 1944. They suffered terrible personal loss, whereas we will likely only suffer politically and economically. But they never gave up and never gave in.
Nuts. I would love to see even 1/10 of the grit and determination of those men in our presumptive leaders. I don't mean to over-dramatize, because our stakes are not yet that high. But I believe the path we are presently on will lead back to such times, and I fear that we are not as equipped to deal with it as those who went before us; for they were better men whose example we can only hope to follow.
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