Our United States Wars should have declared candidacies this year to represent us Massachusetts people in the United States Senate, the upper chamber of Congress that meets in Washington, District of Columbia. In that way, the Iraq War would not take the end of this month and year December 31, 2011 to send home our over-deployed, multiply deployed troops. US Army, Navy and Marine Corps troops would have been home in time for Hanukkah, Christmas, and Mustafa Akyol’s book signing of “Islam Without Extremes: A Muslim Case for Liberty” in the Harvard Coop, City of Cambridge. The reason would have been that Elizabeth Warren for Massachusetts would have caused them to end their campaigns. The uniquely twice-honored Best Professor of Harvard University would have ended Bush’s Wars and Obama’s Wars, W. and commander-in-chief Barack H. Obama II being two of her fellow Barneys. Bush’s Afghanistan War and Iraq War (each now about a decade long) would have ended in press releases, maybe even in time for Ram’s November 14th birthday earlier this year where Disc Jockey Jimmy Nights provided entertainment.
Lupe Fiasco sings, “I believe the war on terror is just a bunch of Bu**sh*t, just another way to use up all of your bullets.” That is not the case. Our troops receive training under the principle “One shot, one kill.” Marksmanship drills stipulate a limited use of magazines. The bullets splurged are the blanks all used up in the Fort (Benning, Sill or other facility) of basic training or AIT so that they do not have to be inventoried. USA troops even follow war rule and war law limits on not double-tapping, which would use up extra bullets when they conduct an assault.
More for our President Obama’s Chicago compatriot (both Obama and Lupe know Thornton Township School), “Gaza Strip was getting bombed; Obama didn’t say sh**” Actually, Framingham and Sudbury Massachusetts Democrats condemned violence in Gaza Strip sometime after Obama won our Presidency. Lupe was just not grassroots enough to attend the Democrat meeting organized and hosted by Alan Silver, a professor, a Framingham State Ram.