Decision..

According to Webster: “de·ci·sion,” n. The act of reaching a conclusion or making up one’s mind.

One of the things I remember “vividly” during our (lead from behind) commander-in-chief’s campaign for the White House and 2008, was his “usage” of the word (delegating) when he was asked about his experience and qualifications to handle the complexities and responsibilities required to set behind the desk in the Oval Office.

According to Webster: “del·e·gate.” (In context) n. A person authorized to send (another person) as one’s representative.

Delegating, (at least in my opinion) is the principal quality of an individual or an entity that lacks the substance to step up and be counted, a quality “more often than not” acquired via academia.

During my service in Vietnam the most noticeable difference between those of us that engage the enemy and those of us that delegated us to engage the enemy was academia.

My battalion commander was a graduate of West Point, so he called the shots, and/or, (delegated) who did what when and where on any particular day, while those of us with less academic history were used as “fodder” in the futile exercise of one “idealistic” (pompous ass) to overcome the “ideology” of another (pompous ass).

According to Webster: “fod·der,” (in context) A consumable, often inferior item or resource that is in demand and usually in abundant supply.

Although I totally agree that America (is not) at this moment, (7:37 AM), on Saturday, August 30, 2014, dealing with the aftermath of a cowardly “Islamic jihad offensive,” I am fully aware that the spectators on the sidewalks and the runners in the street at the Boston marathon believed the same thing at (2:48 PM), on April 15, 2013, one “placid ” minute before the pressure cooker bombs placed by the craven (Tsarnaev brothers) detonated.

Question: Is Isis, the (Islamic State in Syria), “capable” of an assault on American citizens in America?

For the sake of fairness, let’s go with multiple-choice as not to discriminate against those of the liberal persuasion…

If you trust in Barack Obama’s unwavering (let’s wait and see) policy, then by all means, vote no.

However, for those of you that don’t park your “brain” near your “colon” and have a grasp on the reality that irregardless of your neighbor’s appearance, he or she could currently be building an (IED) in their basement, vote yes.

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

Darth Lepus 1

 

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