What now Mr. President?
by HMJC
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As the country ponders the circumstances surrounding the trading of five proven Taliban Commanders for Mr. Bergdahl; the question now is; What about other Americans in foreign captivity

Currently there are three in North Korea, at least one in Cuba, and others still held in the African Peninsula. (Primarily Somalia). Are we going to make the same commitment to these individuals and their Families? Are we going to offer up more proven enemies of our country or concede to some ridiculous concessions?

The administration continues to display a high level of ineptitude and complete lack of understanding of its own people. The nobama team counted on the country to put aside the transgressions of this once Soldier and his Family due to his “status” as a POW. This further illustrates his complete lack of understanding of our military and its Families. He has no clue of the Honor and Integrity associated with service to our country and what it means to serve.

So with that said, He stated that we have a duty to bring our Americans home. I agree but did not realize it is ok to pick and choose based on the current political climate. So now what about these other Americans still in captivity? What is the metric to decide if they are important enough to bring home. You can’t say now that it depends on their circumstances as Bergdahl was brought home amid a murky circumstance that the administration knew about this prior to this self-proclaimed success.

Every time he says anything about the military it is a slap in the face to those who have served. All he is doing is reading the teleprompter speaking a speech that someone else wrote for him. He has on numerous occasions made faux paux in regards to saying anything about our Military. He is not a Patriot by any means and has no business speaking good or bad about it as he doesn’t know, and he doesn’t care. All the military is to him and the DEMS is a way to cut money and erode our defense.

So my question once again is; What Now? How will this failed wag the dog scenario be played out. Maybe he can blame Bush. Noboma is the worst thing that has ever happened to our country and our military. All I can hope for is in 2016 the damage he has caused is not irreparable



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timeontarget commented on Saturday, Jun 07, 2014 at 07:11 AM

One of the five freed Taliban members has vowed to return to Afghanistan so that he can fight Americans, according to a fellow militant and family member. For the next 12 months, Noorullah Noori will be monitored by the Qatari government, but after that time he plans to return to Afghanistan.

NBC News reports a family member has been in touch with the network to share Noori’s threats.
“After arriving in Qatar, Noorullah Noori kept insisting he would go to Afghanistan and fight American forces there,” a Taliban commander told NBC News via telephone from Afghanistan.
The five former Guantanamo Bay detainees were given assurances from the U.S. government that they would not be arrested by any government so long as they lived peacefully. They must remain inside the country of Qatar, but a diplomatic source told NBC that their movements inside the Arab emirate would not be restricted.

This is exactly what we feared about releasing high-level Taliban leaders from U.S. custody.

If the American government would freely return them to the place where they wreaked terror, what’s to stop them from returning to their brutal reign of terror – and won’t they now be more motivated to capture American soldiers?
There aren’t many other ways this scenario could have played out – let’s just hope the Administration has a plan to prevent Noori from following through on his promise.


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