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Camp Bastion Families Want Answers About Afghanistan

Fuzzy2 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 7:58 AM
I'd commit suicide myself if I had to be there. I wonder how many brave soldiers have now been charged with crimes because they did what they had to in order to survive. If I were there I would trust no one, anywhere, who was an Afghan. I wouldn't trust any of them outside or inside the compound. And most of all, I certainly would not trust the heartless politicians who would send our troop out to Afghanistan just to be target practice for the enemy. I want the people responsible for these deaths prosecuted and tried for crimes against humanity. The perpetrators work in DC. Go get 'em/
Rick 2811 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 8:31 AM
Can you now imagine having John Kerry being Defense Secretary in charge of the military that he so despised a short time ago ?
rickmcq Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 8:36 AM
As a Vietnam Vet, I can tell you that the disdain was mutual. I would hate to be serving under Kerry as SecDef.
VeteranSFC Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:01 AM
Likewise, Bro. Anyone that betrays those who legitimately earned medals as he threw away his over the Capitol fence is a traitor, and is not deserving of any sort of position of authority.

Unfortunately the idiots in Mass that keep reelecting this dishonorable and despicable politician don't understand that when it comes down to standing with your brothers and taking care of your own, you don't stab them in the back like he did after his tour of duty.

He is listed as a founding member of Vietnam Veterans of America, and Vietnam Veterans Against the War, but his actions since then have been dishonorable. I wouldn't trust him to take out the garbage. You watch though, Obama will put him in as DoD chief. You can almost bet on it.
VeteranSFC Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:04 AM
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/story?id=123495&page=1#.UKOjUuSukkw

For an explanation of his act of betrayal of our brothers, some of whom were awarded posthumously the honors he so cheaply rejected. If for no one else, we should all be proud of the awards we are given, and be appreciative of the opportunity to wear them as survivors of the times when many laid down their lives in order for America to be free and for other people around the world to share in freedom.
While Secretary of State Hillary Clinton boozes it up in Australia and the Pentagon grapples with more floozy eruptions, outraged military families are still waiting for answers about the forgotten 9/14 attack on Camp Bastion.

Muckrakers and distraction engineers are having a front-page field day with the so-called "sex scandal." But for surviving relatives and colleagues of heroic Marine Lt. Col. Christopher Raible and Sgt. Bradley Atwell, it's the national security scandal at Afghanistan's Camp Bastion that deserves headline coverage.

There's been a virtual blackout of the alarming story in the national press. As I reported last month, the meticulously coordinated siege by...