The cost of saving a deserter

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The hometown of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has canceled its June 28 rally planned to celebrate his release from captivity in Afghanistan. This amid growing allegations that he was a deserter and maybe worse, Heather Dawson is the city administrator in Hailey, Idaho. She said town officials called off the June 28, event because the town “Will be unable to safely manage the number of people expected.”

Is everybody Obama? Why they don’t they just tell the truth? To many of your townspeople now have second thoughts about Bergdahl and they want to hold off for a bit. You could even say what Obama says, “We go to get some facts together, were have to wait for the official report to come out.”

Don’t give us the safety of the number of people coming. You knew how many to expect, you had already been making plans for his arrival. It is interesting that one phrase uttered by a now forgotten presidential candidate, former governor of Massachusetts, Michael Dukakis in 1988, in which he was alleging some kind of corruption of some kind and used the old metaphor “That a fish rots from the head down.” The rot starts with the president work and works its way down in our society.

I hear people every day who sound like Obama especially on the liberal left-wing cable and news programs. It is appalling. Just as a certain sex act became an non-sex act during the Clinton years. We now have all this craziness, we have to lie, everybody has to lie. Here is a town administrator in a small town in Idaho, who can’t tell the truth about why they canceled the rally.

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