To the editor:
The day of choice is drawing near. I'm making a plea that will probably make me a "person of interest" in the Obama hit parade - and I don't mean it in the musical sense, as was seen in the latest jailing of someone who expressed his freedom of speech. I'm appealing to those who have given service to our country.
I, personally, despise what Mr. Obama has done to my country. I will not go into details. They are there for anyone who doesn't have a blind eye or a deaf ear. He has foolishly squandered trillions of our dollars. He has reduced our country's standing to third-rate in the eyes of nations. He has manipulated and destroyed our energy program, he has reduced millions of people to government dependency and the list goes on and on. I find the latest happening unpardonable.
An ambassador, two former Navy SEALs and a civilian government worker died unnecessarily. There are two words in the military that we all understood: responsible and accountable. Responsible means being to blame. Accountable means answerable, punishable, indictable. Mr. Obama is accountable for this tragedy.
When you were in the military would you serve under a commander with his reputation? Yes, you would be forced to serve under his command. Have you ever been in combat? Would the welfare of a person with his reputation be a prime concern of yours? You personally would have to make that decision.
You are no longer in the military. You don't have to serve him. Let's give him a discharge. Be benevolent if you must and make it a general but not honorable. He will have a future day of judgement.
This letter will probably get many rebuttals. Give it your best shot - I'll not respond. I make it a point never to argue with a fool; he will bring you down to his level.
Charles E. Deibert