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A Tale of Two Presidents

USNbubblehead Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 10:01 AM
You betcha. There is a world of difference between this sorry excuse of a leader and Ronald Reagan, who I had the highest confidence in as a Commander in Chief. No-one was going to push him around and arbitrarily endanger the lives of our people on HIS watch. O, on the other hand, doesn't have the confidence of his own enlisted military people, who have repeatedly confided in me personally their utter lack of confidence in the man. When this Benghazi issue began to unfold, their words about being left with their @$$es hanging in the breeze by this poser came back to me with a chill up my spine (much different than a thrill up the leg, I assure you). Remember Benghazi!
jimmylynn Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 10:13 AM
Probably the only support he has left in the military community are those that "Aren't Ask but Tells All".
jimmylynn Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 10:13 AM
Probably the only support he has left in the military community are those that "Aren't Ask but Tells All".
This is the story of two very different American presidents and how they each answered their emergency Libyan phone calls.

First, the story of Ronald Reagan. When he got a call about trouble with Libya it was in August of 1981 and I happened to be having dinner with him and Nancy in Los Angeles.

We had just finished eating and were having coffee when Ed Meese phoned. Meese was my father's top policy adviser, and there was a serious military crisis brewing in the Mediterranean.

At the time, the United States Navy was conducting war exercises in...