The Obama administration recently unveiled a policy of “strategic patience.”

Last night I found a few examples to serve as proof that a policy of “strategic patience” is what they’ve been operating under all along:

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9 Responses to “Proof that the Obama admin implemented the ‘strategic patience’ policy a long time ago”

  1. Marshall_Will on February 9th, 2015 5:06 pm

    @Will_Antonin

    Have you ever seen Jon Stewart, John Oliver, Bill Nye, Neil de Grasse Tyson, or a Vox author in an environment they didn't control?

    No Will, actually I HAVEN'T? Nor shall we EVER. I mentioned as much when Pig Maher showed his [rather disgusting] face in ( of ALL places ) Eugene, Oregon? According to their 'mayor', it's the self-appointed/self-ANNOINTED "Anarchist Capitol of the World!" Tough crowd huh?

    Unlike say our gal MM that had the courage and integrity to appear at Portland State University, Austin, TX and other [various] Progressive HELL HOLES to take on the moonbats In.Person.

    Actually her speech at PSU was met w/ 100% universal support! Who knew there were conservatives in Oregon? She admitted she was somewhat relieved she wouldn't need her Wonder Woman bracelets, ( spit shield ) and the usual chicken wire? But show SHE DID. Proving once again The Professional Left is populated exclusively and ENTIRELY w/ faux 'intellectuals' and total wussies.

    When we see Ezra Klein at a Tea Party rally we'll be 'impressed'. Don't hold your breath…

  2. Truesoldier__ on February 9th, 2015 5:48 pm

    Hey MW, It really all depends on how much time you have to buy back. Pretty much you have to look at a few things.

    1. How many years you have to buy back.

    2. do you already have a military pension or not.

    3. How long you have to before you plan to retire.

    For #1 it really depend, if you have under 10 years it may not be worth it. If you have between 10-19 it is almost certainly going to be in your interest to buy back. If you have 20 plus it leads into #2. If you already have a pension you need to look at which one would payout at a higher rate and go from there. As for #3 if you only have a short time to buy back before retirement you really wont see as much of an advantage as the multiplier wont really have time to kick in. If you already have a pension from the military and you don't have a whole lot of time before retirement then it may not be in your best interest to do a buy back.

  3. Truesoldier__ on February 9th, 2015 5:52 pm

    Yep, the leftists are a bunch of ego maniacs that need those enormous ego's stroked and the best way for them to do that is in an echo chamber.

    As for MM and her 100% universal support, when the Conservative message is spoken as clearly and concisely as MM does it resonates with the human soul to the point where only the most ardent supporters of dear leader can deny the truth they are hearing.

  4. Marshall_Will on February 10th, 2015 7:08 am

    1. 10 years Active Duty

    2. I'll have around 4,600 points. Give or take. Love to pull a deployment. The way Dear Leader's at it, could be St. Louis?

    3. 4 years to 60, almost to the DAY.

    Since much of my AD time was ( like yourself ) some TIME ago in the 80's, we din't git PAID all that much? Even the 90's the checks were [slightly] above poverty level. Depending on your duty station.

    I've heard you need a min. of (5) years to even EFFECT a buy back but I believe I have some qualifying time, and if'n it makes sense ( I'll just write a check and get it over with ) Since I've generally opted for term life policies, which get mucho expensive after you get moved to VGLI, I'm looking at SBP for mom. Getting a few extra hundred a mo. would offset that cost and that's what I'm looking to do! Thoughts?

  5. Truesoldier__ on February 10th, 2015 11:33 am

    It sounds like you would benefit from the buyback. The sooner you start the better. Like everything else in government it moves at the speed of molasses.

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  8. rushessay on December 1st, 2016 5:20 am

    Obama is a famous president and plays some political tricks to handle the circumstances happening around him. Even twitter is full of tweets about him and this shows that he has a great attention of people.

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