The best and brightest of the U.S. military and special operations community will quit if Hillary Clinton gets elected president, according to Benghazi survivor and former CIA operative John “Tig” Tiegen.Am I the only one who remembers all of the Liberal movie stars who threatened to leave America if George W. Bush was elected president?
(They didn't ... and you won't; so you have just put yourself in a very small, very 'special' group of people who deserve no respect.)
I can't believe that now we have (supposedly adult)
I guess that the 'operators' now consider themselves the liminaries of the Conservative movement, much as the Movie Stars slide into the same slot for the Libearls.
There is a great silence in muddville tonight, as our stone-cold heroes reveal their feet of clay.
This makes the "Black Socks Scandal" look like a walk in the park.
I have NO respect for military personnel who let petty political crap dissuade them from their sworn duty. If you're among those "best and brightest" who don't have the intestinal fortitude to "shut up and soldier" when the politics go against you, then ... go ahead. Quit. We don't need you.
Mighty Casey Has Struck Out.
If you're not willing to abide your sworn oath to defend your country against " ... all enemies, foreign and domestic ..." we don't need you.
If you would leave your wounded buddy on the field, while you retreat, then they don't need you.
If you have so little devotion to duty, and you were in my platoon, I would have put you on point.
You have no greater value to your fellow soldiers than to trip a booby-trap ("IED" in current parlance) which might otherwise have taken out a better man.
Here's a very special Military Acronym which just suits Quiters: FOAD!
Oh, and by the way: you have just made millions of Liberal Wimps feel privileged to look DOWN on you. And you deserve their condescension.
They are BETTER than you; at least they know they are cowards.
Tiegen explained that there will always be operators who have a desire to serve, but the “downgrading” of the Obama administration in foreign hot spots has sowed doubt among the military and special operations community.
“If you ask for help, or you need your help, you expect the military to come help you, one way or another,” said Tiegen, noting another similar situation to his own in Benghazi occurred in Afghanistan a year later, this time with a group of stranded Marines surrounded by enemy forces. He claimed President Barack Obama’s decision to withdraw troops from the country left the Marines without a lifeline. Tiegen believes similar situations are likely to happen under a Clinton presidency