by Allen West on June 11, 2014
Who’s on first? I’m quite sure ya’ll have seen the famous Abbott and Costello sketch — to this day, it’s still quite hilarious. Well, comedic skits are fine for humor but troubling when it relates to the modus operandi of the Obama administration — supposedly the most transparent administration in our history.
The White House had previously stated that it was Secretary of Defense Hagel who approved the release of the now infamous Taliban Five. Then today in testimony before the House Armed Services Committee, Hagel said it was the commander-in-chief, President Obama.
Who’s on first?
And so I found it quite appropriate that the Daily Caller has produced the “Top 8 White House Lies” regarding the case of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, compiled by Joseph Miller. Joseph Miller is the pen name of a senior Department of Defense official with a background in U.S. special operations and combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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