In “Obama’s Wars” “Victory” is Not an Option

By Jim Emerson, staff writer

  Obama has little faith in the U.S. military fighting the war in Afghanistan. A careful review of reports of Bob Woodward’s new book “Obama’s Wars” tells us the president avoided any mention of victory as he outlined his war objectives.

 Since the day he took office President Obama desperately looked for a quick exit from Afghanistan. He pressured his military advisors for an exit plan to cut and run leaving the Afghanis to the mercies of the Taliban who will certainly start seeking revenge for their humiliation the day we leave. Obama has been quoted by his staff saying, “This needs to be a plan about how we’re going to hand it off and get out of Afghanistan.”

 The President was frustrated by the top military commanders’ insistence on plans that required significantly more troops, known as a surge. Obama reluctantly agreed to a short-term escalation but has developed his own strategy a “terms Sheet” that will limit future U.S. involvement. This term paper is planned to be released this Monday, Sept 27. 

 Obama has told his staff “Everything we’re doing has to be focused on how we’re going to get to the point where we can reduce our footprint. It’s in our national security interest. There cannot be any wiggle room.” He insists that some of those American troops will begin withdrawing starting next summer- Déjà vu Vietnam without the Paris Peace talks.

 Now for the Spin

 During a press conference Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen insisted that the strategy was sound and that President Obama’s national security team is unified. According to Secretary Gates “The relationship among senior officials in this administration is as harmonious as any I’ve experienced in my time in government…”

 According reporters who read advance copies of Woodward’s book, “Obama and many of his political aides were pitted against some of his chief military advisors, including Mullen and Gen. David Petraeus, during last autumn’s heated debates over expanding or contracting the Afghan war effort.”

Without a clear cut strategy regarding Afghanistan from the Obama Administration all the Taliban needs to do is take a lesson from Mohamed Ali’s Rope-a-dope style. They can wait, make sure we are gone then start murdering and torturing Afghanis, especially defenseless women.  Anything short of security for the Afghans and the U.S. from Al-Qaeda and the Taliban would be a blatant waste of time, energy and lives.

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3 thoughts on “In “Obama’s Wars” “Victory” is Not an Option”

  1. Do not label Obama as PRESIDENT…

    he is a counterfeit and an impostor,
    not to mention guilty of treason and
    fraud… the list is long.

  2. That is Obama's street thug mentality. They can not see far enough ahead to plan a victory. It is just one skirmish after another! That is also not his strategy, but that of his controllers who thrive on chaos. We are in Afganistan because it was not Bushes War, and because they have not figured out how to leave yet!

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