Everyone is war weary. People are sick of the dead and dying, both here and abroad…all in the name of ending the war on terror. Former President George W. Bush and his crime family’s legacy cost us trillions and our economy is going to Hell in a hand basket, but a traitorous Republican (redundant) may have figured out how to end all wars by telling generals to retire.
According to Huffington Post, Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.) is not in agreement with President Barack Obama’s foreign policy and suggested to generals to retire:
But that is exactly what Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.) told a group of voters he wants to see happen, the Colorado Independent reported.
“A lot of us are talking to the generals behind the scenes, saying, ‘Hey, if you disagree with the policy that the White House has given you, let’s have a resignation,'” Lamborn said Tuesday, adding that if generals resigned en masse in protest of President Barack Obama’s Middle East policy, they would “go out in a blaze of glory.”
Lamborn’s statement is traitorous, but, this may be the back-handed way we can get out of the Middle East. If there are no generals, then there is no war. If there is no war, we can bring the troops home, give them the treatment they deserve, send them to school or back to work and stop spending the trillions on the war crime the Bush Crime Family created that the Obama Administration is trying to clean up.
This may be a sign of hope to ending the illegal war the Republicans so love, and their beloved leader took us in because, the terrorists wanted to kill his father. Who would have thought to tell the generals in the military to resign en masse, my gosh, even the most liberal congressperson, Dennis Kucinich did not think of this. This idea is so brilliant that maybe Lamborn is actually a RINO (Republican In Name Only) and may switch to the party on the left…I doubt it, because, Lamborn’s comments were not thought-out very well. If Lamborn actually thought before he spoke, this would mean the end of his campaign finance for good by the machine that runs the military.
Therefore, Lamborn will just claim that he was misunderstood and possibly misunderestimated his true intent…whatever that may be. Though Lamborn’s idea to collectively have the generals retire seems cool, the corporations may not take too kind to his futile attempts to ridicule the President, especially when one examines Lamborn’s quote.
Oh well, it looks like Lamborn will retract his statement, the military will still have to remain in the Middle East, our country’s infrastructure will collapse, our schools will churn out children lacking critical thought, the killing will continue and PoliticusUSA will keep on reporting the news of the utter failure of the Republican Party.