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“Please, Mr. President, let me go. I hadn’t finished my remarks in Pashtu and Arabic which welcomed my son home, even though he deserted from his unit. I also wished to condemn all the attacks on the Afghan nation carried out by both your Administrations as well as as by the previous President. I hadn’t even got around to attacking the puny things which you have got around Congress by issuing Executive Orders, mainly because there haven’t been enough of them, as I totally agree that Congress is irrelevant, and should be ignored! I also wanted to congratulate you on your complete backing for Hilary Clinton, despite the fact that she lied through her back teeth about the deserved deaths of Americans in Benghazi! Please Mr. President, stop pushing me towards the gate!”

 

 

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8 thoughts on “how do you mean; ‘off message’?

  1. As more news unfolds of the ‘exchange’and the story of his ‘capture’, it becomes a distinct possibility that the ‘desertion’ has an element of ‘pre-planning’ about it, – yes, even five years ago, when it was already obvious that the ‘war’ was a lost cause and the fuss over Guantanamo was at a peak.

    What a coincidence that the Sgt’s Father seems to be such a devout muslim.

  2. A very bad US soldier and five worst of the worst Taliban are all freed.

    This is not good.

  3. //A very bad US soldier and five worst of the worst Taliban are all freed.//

    Would it help if they now sent Bergdahl to Guantanamo ?

  4. What a coincidence that the Sgt’s Father seems to be such a devout muslim.

    Ha ha ha! Good man Ernest.

  5. I faintly hope the above photo and comments are fabricated. The father seems a bit nuts. Well more than a bit. The deal has been a farce of the lowest order.

  6. Mahons,

    The photo comes third in the linked Guardian article.

    The comments are as related to me personally by Barry, immediately after he sent the parents off to the local mosque. He asl said that he was determined to get the message across that, although the younger Bergdahl had deserted, he didn’t want any American soldiers left in Afghanistan because it was going to be so difficult to deliver retirement benefits to a cave.

  7. Mike – Thanks, as I said I would prefer the photo have been fabricated as I am against the excessive hugging of modern times, especially by Heads of State. It diminishes the office.

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