Dear Lou Dobbs: Lay Off The Olbermann Juice

Don’t start this blame the generals shit

Both the White House and Congress should be demanding accountability from our generals who have failed so far to succeed in destroying our enemies. Not a single general has been fired for failing to lead our men and women to victory against the insurgencies of Iraq and Afghanistan. I believe it is time for all Americans — Republicans, Democrats and Independents — to demand such accountability.
I, for one, do not want to hear another of our generals urge the American people to be patient. Patience favors the enemy. And our generals have the responsibility to our brave troops and this nation to deliver certain victory, and that responsibility rests first and foremost with the commander in chief.

I will demand accountability from our Generals only after they are given the ability to do their jobs. But when they are hamstrung by second-guessers on both sides of the aisle and the MSM, when every mistake is magnified a thousand times and broadcast around the world, then, no, I demand the accountability from the idjits in Washington and the media who are tying the military’s hands.
Unleash the dogs of war, focus our whole being on destroying the enemy, and then let’s see which generals deserve rebuke.

6 Responses to “Dear Lou Dobbs: Lay Off The Olbermann Juice”

  1. AMEN, my brothuh!!
    What kind of dork ass in the 22nd century cracks on generals who can’t take a pi$$ without being hamstrung by funding and told how to?

  2. major dad says:

    I do believe that when we let the generals go to town the civilians all get queazy because of the death and destruction. Think “Highway of Death” during the first gulf war and the first Battle for Falluja. Gen Mattis was in the process of wiping that stink hole off the map when he got called off, he was being a bit to brutal. Read the chapter titled “Hama Rules” in T. Friedman’s book “From Beirut to Jerusalem” that will tell you how to handle ragheads in a manner they understand.

  3. Nightfly says:

    “Patience favors the enemy.”
    Will anyone remember that Dobbs said this when the next call for negotiations or sanctions comes around?

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    Exactly, major dad. Until those pantywipes in office (and news anchor chairs) realize that the point is, as George C. Scott says at the opening of “Patton”, to “make the other dumb bastard die for his country” then they really can’t complain about the lack of military results.

  5. michele says:

    I totally agree.

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    Hi michele! Welcome!

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