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Strength in the Shadows: A Tribute to the CIA and Navy SEALs

Talafofotom1 Wrote: May 30, 2012 1:08 AM
Yes and I'd have done the same. Funny how you have these accounts nearly word for word.How about the torture and slaughter of cuban's against Fidel in the early 60's no word's on the Internet? no radio calls on your I pad? of course not because the people there didn't live to tell you on your Ipad enrichedlife style to tell us about it. Hey the mere fact that the clandestine world is anonymous should have you all aglitter with excitement because the internets allow you to be hidden as those in the cia and the seal teams should don't like it sue some body. Or join the UN as your bosses are a part of.The pionted nature of the Bush derangement sindrome is freaky Bush isnt the PREZZEEY now

Shrouded even from public thanks are those CIA personnel and Navy SEALs who sacrifice for our nation without fanfare.


From Townhall Magazine's June tribute to "Strength in the Shadows," America's unsung operatives, by Peter Brookes:

Fleet Adm. Chester Nimitz, who commanded U.S. forces in the Pacific Theater during World War II, said “uncommon valor was a common virtue” among American troops in the bloody battle with Japanese forces for the island of Iwo Jima.

Those words uttered some...

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