Saturday, October 16, 2010

Obama – Now a National Security Risk – 5:38 P.M. Friday October 15th 2010

Dave had so many irons in the fire it was maddening. He now had fifty suitcase nukes in the U.S. that he had to find or thousands would die. He had GPS-bugged prayer rugs flying all over the place like it was Halloween and let’s not forget about the President who now was considered a national security risk by the upper echelons of both the Defense Department and the C.I.A.

He also had Operation: Alice in Wonderland which was the ongoing venture to contain Iran with internal sabotage and political dirty tricks. Oh and yes, several dozen naval ships patrolling off the southern coast of this thorn in the side of the Western World. Dave would love to unleash that firepower on the Mulas in Tehran and end this bullshit game of diplomatic niceties. The weaponry on the U.S.S Harry Truman alone could level the entire city of Tehran and the stealthy nuclear sub that patrolled nearby had enough nuclear megatons to destroy every major city in the country.

Of course, he knew it wasn’t that easy to just press buttons and poof the problem is solved. He knew that type of solution, these days, against Muslims would only cause more of a mess, but he loved to fantasize about it anyway. It made him feel better just knowing that he could.

The best way to describe the Iranian situation was that it was like a killing cancerous tumor living in a host that the host wanted out as soon as possible, but didn’t have the means or the will to do so. So, it was up to guys like Dave to do the work that the people of Iran didn’t have the guts to do. One wondered if they were even worth all the trouble. One thing he did know, many of those innocent civilians who refused to stand up for their rights would eventually die for the sins of their religious leaders as the 623rd day of the Obama Presidency kept leaking information to the enemy.

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