Wednesday, June 4, 2014

War Is Hell

Dear Bowe Bergdahl,
Welcome back.
 I don't care if you deserted, I'm sorry you were captured. I don't know what you went through and I have no right to judge any of your actions. I see on Wikipedia, that you studied martial arts and spent time at a Buddhist monastery.  It seems to me that you have been on a spiritual path for some time.
"Bergdahl wrote emails to his parents that he was disillusioned by the war effort and bothered by the treatment of the Afghan people by the American soldiers."  I think you were a peaceful warrior.
Dude, if you walked away, no one could blame you. This was a war of choice. This was a war for PROFIT.
I don't give a damn about the criticism of President Obama. He did the right thing. I dare anyone, who said it was wrong to bring you back, to sign up for the military right now and go there.
Hey, John McCain and your duplicity.
John McCain Position Switch On Bergdahl Deal-Is He The Most Disingenuous Member Of Senate Or Simply Unfit To Serve?
John McCain, served his country honorably. But enough is enough.
Every politician, who voted for the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, well, they voted for Blackwater,
 John Ashcroft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yep him, profiteer.
While Bowe Bergdahl, rode a bike everywhere and never owned a car.
 Dick Cheney? "Halliburton Brown & Root Services Corp was awarded at least $2.5 billion but is believed to have spent considerably less to construct and run military bases, some in secret locations, as part of the Army's Logistics Civil Augmentation Program."
This is just scratching the surface.
 Anyone who doesn't understand the profit of war, doesn't understand.
 The lobbies and the corporations are in charge.
"In November 2002, KBR was tasked to plan oil well firefighting in Iraq, and in February 2003 was issued a contract to conduct the work."
The irony is that a man who never owned a car and rode a bike, went to war  for oil, amongst other things.
George "Worst President Ever" Bush got a free ticket, joined the 147th Fighter Interceptor Group of the Texas Air National Guard on May 27, 1968, during the Vietnam War. He committed to serve until May 26, 1974, with two years on active duty while training to fly and four years on part-time duty.
But no one has a thing to say about that, Draft dodger.
However, the son of a truck driver, not a President, actually had the balls to go to war.
Oh, he might have deserted?

1 comment:

  1. Did not know Bergdahl was a Buddhist. Interesting.