The Silence of the Wolves

Oh boy. The silent treatment is not a good sign. The 0ne’s big speech in Texas was greeted with near silence from the military audience.

President Barack Obama was greeted with fleeting applause and extended periods of silence as he offered profuse praise to soldiers and their families during an Aug. 31 speech in Fort Bliss, Texas.

His praise for the soldiers — and for his own national-security policies — won cheers from only a small proportion of the soldiers and families in the cavernous aircraft-hanger.

The audience remains quiet even when the commander-in-chief thanked the soldiers’ families, and cited the 198 deaths of their comrades in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The audience’s reaction was so flat that the president tried twice to elicit a reaction from the crowd.

“Hey, I hear you,” he said amid silence.

The selected soldiers who were arrayed behind the president sat quietly throughout the speech.

CNN and MSNBC ended their coverage of the speech before it was half-over.

They aren’t paid to like him, and apparently they don’t. Look, you can’t blame them. The administration has been leaking national security information like a firehose. That is information that could get those soldiers killed in the future.

I have got to find video.

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One Response to The Silence of the Wolves

  1. Sam L. says:

    Active-duty servicemen have few reasons to like him, and a number of reasons to really not like him. Retired servicemen, same-same.

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