So the president is going to wait until AFTER the Afghan elections to make his momentous "decision" about sending troops to FINISH the fight that just a year ago every freakin Democrat in DC was clammering for.
This is the bold leadership I've come to expect from this administration. ZIP.
I suppose after the Afghan elections are stolen by the increasingly emboldened Taliban, the president will have his excuse to deny further troops. US and NATO troops have spent eight years shedding blood in that god-forsaken country to liberate it. Indecision will toss their sacrifices into the international garbage can.
Not happy Mr President.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
"Torpedo in the Water!"
The Colombian government has confiscated a half-built Russian submarine from the drug cartel, expanding the Colombian submarine force by a third. There's just one problem, the cartel built a second submarine, and the Russians want it back.
U.S. Navy Public Affairs Officer, Bud Wilson is aboard the nuclear submarine Hawkbill with civilian video journalist Marsha Colton, to film a series of live-fire torpedo exercises.
When the cartel's pirate submarine begins sinking shipping in the Atlantic, Hawkbill and her on-board SEAL squad is the nearest U.S. asset to call. Bud and Marsha are swept along on a quest to find and destroy the Kilo before it can attack again.
Colombian Kilo is now available. To purchase a copy email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. $19.00 per copy.