Capturing or killing Osama Bin Laden, if he is still alive and fighting the Taliban, Al-Quida and Muslim radicals that murdered 3,000 innocent men, women and children on 9/11 is a noble cause. Most Americans, including I, wholeheartedly supported that objective when first announced.

However, waging a war in Afghanistan under a Commander-in-Chief whose military experience was garnered while a professional rabble-rouser on Chicago streets is folly. Participation in any military conflict when the president’s plan of action rejects victory and sets a pre-date for capitulation and withdrawal should be grounds for impeachment.

How utterly disgusting that the most powerful nation on earth has an incompetent supreme military commander who needlessly sacrifices the lives of our military personnel and lacks the will to protect and defend it’s own borders. No wonder other nations have lost respect for the United States of America.

As a lifetime conservative, former Korean combat veteran and proud of it, I would not be willing to serve in the military under this President nor would I encourage anyone to risk their lives under his leadership. If he plans to abandon the cause and bug out of Afghanistan he should do so now before more America’s fighting men and women are needlessly killed or wounded. Never in a million years did I ever dream of expressing such a thought, but Barack Obama is the traitor, not I.