Posted by | November 24, 2009 13:37 | Filed under: Top Stories

Normally, the Department of Defense prohibits partisan events from occurring at military installations, but the rules were bent for Sarah Palin, who is regarded as a private citizen who is not campaigning.  So it was especially odd that Fort Bragg was the scene of attacks on the Commander-in-Chief.  And, since the event was deemed non-political, it was odd that donations were ecouraged for Palin’s political action committee.


Palin’s father, who greeted visitors as his daughter signed copies of the book, said in an interview that Obama’s handling of the military was “scary.”


“I see a decline in our might,” Chuck Heath said. “People used to be afraid of us and respect us, (but) they’re not afraid of us and don’t respect us anymore.”




G.R. Quinn, 58, a veteran who spent 20 years in the military, wore an “Impeach Obama” shirt. He blasted the president for closing the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, for the plan to hold a key Sept. 11 terrorism trial in New York and for Obama’s handling of the military overseas.


“He’s so wishy-washy about Afghanistan,” Quinn said, adding he hopes more troops will be sent there.

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