Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Storm Track Disinformation: None Dare Call It Treason

We all remember the flap over Maj. Stephen Coughlin, a leading authority on Islamic war doctrine. He was unceremoniously dismissed from his position. Here’s why.

"As Coughlin says in his thesis, our enemies freely admit their ideas and goals. They have clearly stated their intention to infiltrate us, much like the Russians did during the Cold War. We had no problem analyzing and acting on that information then."
So what is our problem today?

Read the rest at The Gathering Storm.


Christine said...

This is precisely why we need to thoroughly search and investigate Obama's ties.

Of course this would mean ruffling feathers and pissing people off.

Personally, I don't care who get's pissed. The fact is, if nothing is done, the Jihadi's will end up getting their way.

This is the worse time for ANYBODY with ANY connections or ties to those who want us dead, to become president.

What better way for them to become infiltrated into our government. If not Obama, then his "friends". Who ARE his friends? And who would he appoint to government offices?

Would we be allowed to question his friends anymore than we are allowed to question him?

I think not. Better to prevent any future issues.

Obama must not become president.

Pastorius said...

I believe Coughlin was rehired and the guy who dissed him was fired.

Or, do I have the story wrong?