Posted on Nov 20, 2014
SGM Senior Adviser, National Communications
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MSG Brad Sand
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It all depends on where the dysfunction is taking place? Not seeing it in the military? The fact that the President does not have a straategy, is not dysfunction, it is poor leadership. There is a difference.
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MSG Brad Sand Yes, I completely agree.
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Edited 7 y ago
SGM (Join to see), the author makes a good argument that political dysfunction is a great threat to national security, and I believe it. I think it's a little unfair to include the Pentagon in the mix ("the Pentagon is not leaving enough troops to protect Afghanistan"), because the Pentagon is following orders, but I do believe the overall argument is valid.

If the Congress and the President can't get along or compromise, that can easily become a national security concern.
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CW5 Montgomery, agree!
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SSG Roger Ayscue
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No SGM (Join to see), Barak Obama is the greatest threat to US National Security since Julius Rosenberg.
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