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Veteran Advisor

He's your buddy !!

Latest out of the white house....he says he is
Taking the money from the military.

What a bozo

Take the money from the troops, don't pay they,
Don't replace our used weapon piles.... development
Or the advanced jets, ships and other devices.

Bozo is more worried about people with no, teenagers, people in sandles
And flip flops....heavy armed with Peebles.

Meanwhile, Russia showing off an undefendable
Missle....China is building advanced fighter
Jets....what do you expect from someone
That does such silly things that the secy of
Defence can't stand him....he calls retired 4 star
Generals names, along with admerials, and didn't
Even serve in the military.

He's your better talk to him and
Explain a few things.
3 Replies
Senior Advisor

Re: He's your buddy !!

It's only 5 billion. Progressives always say we waste too much on the military anyway. That's what the military does, defend the borders from intruders.

Senior Contributor

Re: He's your buddy !!

(Latest out of the white house....he says he is
Taking the money from the military.
What a bozo)


You really must have disliked Bozo #44 and how much money he took away from the military.

Senior Contributor

Re: He's your buddy !!

Speaking of Bozo's;



Troops responding to the Military Times/IVMF poll saw years of defense budget fights as the largest blemish on Obama’s presidency. Two-thirds said spending caps enacted in 2011 have had a very negative effect on military morale, and another 28 percent said it was harmful to a lesser extent. Fewer than two percent saw the budget caps as a positive for the military.

. . . Obama for the lower defense budgets for years, arguing that his insistence on pairing military spending with non-defense spending has crippled Pentagon efforts to modernize and recapitalize.

The caps — known as sequestration — have been blamed for shortfalls in parts and repairs, cuts in training time and a gradual drawdown in military manpower. They’ve also contributed to a host of compensation trims, as Pentagon leaders have held down pay increases and stipend raises in recent years to help offset funding reductions in other areas.