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Is Obama Afraid of a Rebellious Military?, asks Gun Law Expert
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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

"Is Obama afraid of a rebellious military," asks gun rights expert John M. Snyder.

"Obama's Pentagon attempt to silence professional military criticism of his policies leads to this speculation," Snyder continued.

Snyder said that, "Obama's Pentagon recently told retired military officials to stop criticizing Obama.  As Elections Examiner Jim Kouri revealed, the demand came as a result of pronouncements by 'Navy SEALs, intelligence officials, and others, such as Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund, who are highly critical' of Obama.

"Kouri, who has trained police and security officers throughout the country, wrote that several veterans say they 'are used by the president all of the time as stage props so that he can look like a Commander in Chief and we have no choice but to stand there and pose in the background.'"

A group of Navy SEALs recently established a political action committee to thwart alleged leaks coming out of the Obama administration.

Snyder noted that, "The Obama chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, reportedly shocked former military officers and military supporters when he sided against 'former members of the U.S. Navy SEALS, Delta Force and the Central Intelligence Agency,' wrote Kouri, in the continuing political battle against Obama.

"Obama appears to have a problem with professional military criticism of his policies.  What's he afraid of?  What's he trying to hide?  Why not let it all hang out?"


John M. Snyder
Telum Associates, LLC
Arlington, VA
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