Can we please stop telling our enemies exactly what we will and won't do?
I remember when Bush was in office, the media was screaming that they should be told our strategy. The media wanted to know what we would do, what we wouldn't do and when we would start.
I thought, "Hunh, shouldn't our strategy be a secret? I mean, if American journalists know all of our strategies, wouldn't we be communicating that information to our enemies, too?"
I actually think like that.
As it always is with liberals and the media, there really was non-stop 24/7 screaming about it.
So, now we have the liberal messiah in office and what do we do?
We explain, in detail, to the world exactly what our military strategy is. We are very careful to:
1. Tell the enemy when we will begin our military offensive,
2. Clearly state exactly what we are going to do in said offensive and
3. Be sure to indicate exactly what we won't do.
And we wonder why the state department won't divulge who is in our "coalition?"
They won't say because we embolden our enemies and thumb our noses at our allies. Who, in their right mind, would agree to work with our numbskull president and his idiotic idea that our military strategy should be given, in clear detail, to the world?