Monday, September 29, 2014

Did anyone actually expect the USA to last forever?

Just a thought, but does anyone actually expect the USA to last forever? If so, it would be the first in the history of the world to do so. If not, what's next?

You don't have to be a prepper to be a realist, and the country is fundamentally different from what it was in 1776.  Back then, people despised and mistrusted government, but nowadays they want to know why their check is late.

Lastly, and quite frankly, I don't want to share a country with a bunch of neoSocialists. I'd rather throw down and get it over with.

Friday, September 5, 2014

President Bush Warns What Would Happen if the U.S. Withdrew from Iraq To...

I may not have been a Bush fan, but he called it. Obama did exactly what Bush warned not to do. An amateur would understand that troops will be necessary in Iraq for the long term, and I was no proponent of the Gulf War. For it or against it, we did it, and the difficult part is to stay the course. Instead of shoring up the gains, Obama did the expedient and politically popular action which was to bring the troops home. In the short run, it proved beneficial to his popularity, but now we see the results of poll chasing: Americans beheaded on social media. Who brought the popcorn?
To make matters worse, he doubled down on Bush's failed incursion by doing worse in Libya, and as if Libya weren't enough, Obama has steadily chipped away at the stability of Syria by funding and supporting the Free Syrian Army. As instability reigns, what was our reward: a murdered ambassador, a very strong ISIS, and horror flicks fit for Faces of Death. Yes, that's our President, who after spiking the football immediately following Bin Laden's death, surrendered our very security in order to win an election and to pursue his bent ideological beliefs.
Are we better off now than we were six years ago. My business is not, and our national security is not. Al Quaeda is on the rebound, and ISIS sprouted death and destruction. No doubt, Obama supporters can make a million excuses, but that's what they are, excuses. Bush messed up by invading Iraq in the first place, but Obama made it worse by shirking our national duty to fix what we broke. He created hotbeds of unrest and instability by deliberately and willingly unseating Quaddafi and then attempting to do the same with Assad. NONE of these actions, BY EITHER PRESIDENT were in our best interest, but instead of doing the right thing, this president did the politically expedient action and set us on a course for long term failure, thus ensuring that the thousands of Americans who died during the war did so in vain.
Obama is a feckless bastardization of what a leader should be and ought to be. He ought to consider resigning, but he's too arrogant to do so. Over the next two years, you will see worse actions than this, and within the next six years, you will see a terrorist attack to rival that of September 11. Just wait.

Monday, September 1, 2014

The downfall of government

We're kidding ourselves. Political systems are inherently flawed by the designs of people who are forever influenced by money and relationships. People will always seek to exert their will upon others, and to that end, the offices people hold will forever be corrupt.