Former Navy SEAL: Over 90 Percent Of Troops Do Not Support Obama

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According to former U.S. Navy SEAL Carl Higbie, over 90 percent of troops disapprove of President Barack Obama. Higbie made the comments to “On The Record” host Greta Van Susteren Wednesday.

“Effective today, the president? A photo-op? or something in between?” Susteren asked.

“Photo-op. Complete photo-op. This indicative of a global failure of his foreign policy,” Higbie explained. “He has toted that he is behind the troops before and he stands in front of these guys, gets a photo-op, everything like that, while saying he’s going to send 3,000 guys to combat Ebola, but I’m not going to send any to combat an actual enemy that’s really threatening America.”

“What do you think they think? I mean, I suppose it’s kind of a mixed bag?” Susteren pressed.

“I’d say most of the troops,” Higbie replied. “Probably over 90 percent, do not support the president.”

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  1. Obama does not require that they vote for him or anyone else.
    Let us see how late the absentee ballots are and if they are counted in November.
    I would suspect that they will not be counted unless they happen to be Democrat.
    But that is a sizeable voting block, right? Wrong! If it isn’t counted there is no voting block.
    That is illegal right? To be illegal, the courts must side with the military on this and do something about it.
    We cannot even demand a valid ID at the voting box in some areas. That is cheating.
    I suggest instead that the Attorneys General in each state take a hand in making sure that the military right to a vote is upheld and enforce it.
    In elections past, there has been too much manipulation of the vote. And the people responsible for that manipulation are still out there and free.
    The other sizeable vote is our beloved Senile citizens. These people vote for a candidate regardless of what that candidate has done in office. All they know is this candidate belongs to one party or another. Churches remarkably support Republicans no matter what they do.
    Unions support Democrats no matter what they do.
    All of that has to change before any reform ever gets past the laughing stage in Congress.
    Because right now the Congress does not believe that the public will throw them out of office. I think they might be right. Because if they do not remember in November, all of this is just people writing words on a page. It means nothing.

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