Monday, March 2, 2020

Fred Weinberg: Trump Has Proven an Ideal Commander in Chief

Via Billy

President Donald Trump joins Naval Academy cadets during the the Army vs. Navy American football game in Philadelphia on Dec. 14, 2019.
* Better said by Nathan Bedford Forrest: “War means fighting, and fighting means killing.”

I had intended to write about many of the Democrats who think so much of themselves that they wish us to vote them into office so they can run our lives.

Until I saw last Sunday’s “60 Minutes” story on retired Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher.

There, on the network that was once the employer of Edward R. Murrow, was a correspondent interviewing a special operations warfighter who had four combat deployments to the Middle East and telling him that what he did violated “the law of war.”

The law of war? Seriously?

This from the network on which Edward R. Murrow used to begin his World War II radio broadcasts with “this is London”?

The law of war?

*War is about killing people and breaking things. And anybody who actually believes that killing people and breaking things can and should be regulated is trying to sell you the Brooklyn Bridge.

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  1. Wish President Trump or a man with Trump's courage had been in charge during WW2. The Soviets would never had taken 1/2 of Europe for their prize. Truman was close but Patton would have been the man.