A man, a plan, a joke

President Obama has a thing about our detention facility at Guantanamo Bay. It’s part of his barking left-wing mania. There seems to be nothing he won’t say or do to support its closure, including liberation of the worst of the worst to fortify the forces out to kill us.

Current law prohibits Obama from transferring detainees to the United States and requires him to submit his plan to close the facility to Congress. The New York Times article reporting on Obama’s submission of the plan is here. The Times, of course, feels Obama’s pain. USA Today’s more informative article is here.

Obama’s supposed plan is posted online here. Promulgated under the auspices of the Pentagon, the supposed plan is a joke. It does not constitute a plan in any meaningful sense. It is devoid of details in the interest of obscuring the hazards such a plan would necessarily entail.

Obama’s degradation of the armed forces of the United States and subversion of our national security will continue until his last day in office, although the consequences will travel far with us along our road. I thought that interested readers might want to review the supposed plan themselves in order to draw their own conclusions regarding what is happening here.

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