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WATCH: Krauthammer Hammers Obama for Destroying the U.S. Military

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Posted: July 15, 2014

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Fox News contributor and Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer blasted the President for purposefully destroying the U.S. Military during a Special Report.

In addition, Krauthammer criticized the manner in which Obama went about informing these soldiers they were losing their jobs and also slammed him for making yet another policy blunder by reducing U.S. forces at a time when al Qaida is rebuilding. Sloppy and un-Presidential leadership from our Community Organizer-in-Chief.

Here are the key quotes:

“Why in God’s name are we doing this?” he asked. “This is the most highly-trained force in the world for counterinsurgency, it’s unique in the world, the price has been high – the blood has been paid, but one of the benefits of this is that we have a tremendous fighting force, and we are now reducing it for no reason whatsoever.”

“We have an al Qaida state just established in the Middle East” he continued, “and we are now dismantling our army and firing the best, the most well-trained, experienced of our soldiers, as a way to save a few billion dollars here and there, when we are squandering it in half billion tranches on other stuff in the budget?”

Via BizPac Review

Perhaps if Obama and family spent fewer taxpayer dollars vacationing around the world and playing golf, then we wouldn’t have to make such serious cutbacks to the military?

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