Archive for June, 2012

RE: “Intrigue in Karzai Family As an Afghan Era Closes” (TIMES, 6/4/12)

June 7, 2012

     This story should have been titled “Pigs at a Trough” or “Rumsfeld’s Quagmire Becomes a Cesspool.”

     Where have those Republicans been who are so worried about the U.S. debt and government spending?  Hasn’t Paul Ryan noticed what has been going on in Afghanistan?  When will the entire Karzai family move to the United States and use their millions of dollars of stolen money to support the New World Order that makes this thievery possible?  And, most importantly, how many more American service members will die in that cesspool?

     Shame on Mitt Romney who favors an aggressive foreign policy that creates greedy running dogs of imperialism like the Karzai family!

     A. Garavente

RE: “Panetta Outlines New Weaponry for Pacific” (TIMES, 6/2/12)

June 7, 2012

     Secretary of Defense McNamara asked forgiveness for his role in the Vietnam War, Weinberger was called a salesman for the defense industry by a fellow cabinet member and Rumsfeld acted like a Roman proconsul when he held that important post.

     Now, Leon Panetta wants a greater American presence in the Pacific region,including the posting of U.S. Marines to Darwin, Australia, in order to protect American “interests” (ready energy resources) in the South China Sea.  Fortunately, there have been no casualties yet; but, it has to be asked, how much is this costing us?

     Surely, Secretary Panetta knows how conservatives frown on government spending?  Why, Paul Ryan will have a fit when he finds out!

     A. Garavente

RE: “G.O.P. Foreign Policy Experts Slow to Back Romney” (TIMES, 5/31/12)

June 7, 2012

     Though Romney is the designated candidate of the GOP for president, does this hesitancy by Republican “experts” to accept him mean that he will be challenged at the party convention in August?

     With the poor showing he has made since last summer, it is difficult to believe that the GOP leadership will accept such a weak candidate.  Is there still a chance for a brokered convention?

     A. Garavente