In his brief and largely unaired moment in the Democrat Convention spotlight, Congressman Patrick Murphy had to dig deep to qualify Barack Obama as Commander in Chief of the US Military.
So far back in Obama’s family history is any trace of service to America that Murphy had to reference the service of Obama’s maternal grandfather, the late Stanley Dunham, as Obama’s qualification to lead.
Laughably, Murphy feels Obama’s grandfather’s World War II service, which predates Obama by 20 years, has provided Obama with a deep understanding of our military’s needs.
If we’re supposed to ignore Obama’s close friendship and business relationship with unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers because Ayers’ bombings took place when Obama was 8-years old, how exactly does Obama’s grandfather’s service 20 years before Obama was born qualify him to be Commander in Chief?
In the Army, we have a saying: “Lead, follow or get out of the way.” It is time for a president who leads. And it’s time for a commander-in-chief who knows that leadership means serving our troops as well as they serve our country.
Barack Obama will be that commander-in-chief. With a grandfather who marched in General Patton’s army in World War II, Senator Obama understands the needs of our nation and our military.
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