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Burning Bridges

FishingBuddy Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 3:29 PM
Great article Colonel. And that is just the beginning of the list. What about the poor doctor who helped us get OBL in Pakistan who is now serving 30 years because Obama shot off his big mouth? Then he identifies the Special ops guys, Seal Team 6 as the guys who took out OBL. This makes them a target for reprisals. Do you think it was a coincidence that it was Seals from Seal Team 6 who were shot down in the helicopter? It is a wonder that anyone will help us. Would you risk your life to pass on information to the U.S. with Obama in charge? I wouldn't. There is nothing Presidential about Obama. He acts like a kid trying to get attention. I believe he will go down in the history books as the worse president the U.S. has ever had.

GEORGETOWN, S.C. -- When Alexander the Great died at the age of 32 in 323 B.C., his once unbeatable army began a 2,900-mile withdrawal from India and headed home to Macedonia. As they retreated, the empire they had created collapsed behind them. To prevent pursuit, Alexander's royal cavalry and infantry dealt viciously with all internal dissent, destroyed cities and burned bridges. The Russians employed a similar scorched-earth tactic against Napoleon in 1812, as did the Red Army when Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in 1941. It's a maneuver now being employed both domestically and internationally by Barack Obama.