Chattanooga – Obama Administration’s Devaluation of Words

Just thinking about my visit to the American South, about twenty years ago, a nice visit, when we took in the railroad museum with the famous Chattanooga Choo-Choo. Until yesterday, that’s what most people would name if asked about the Tennessee city.

No more, alas.

Obama has just described the latest victims of terrorist savagery as ‘these individuals who have served our country with great valor…’

From anyone outside the Obama Administration, we’d accept these words at face value, a fitting tribute to martyrs who have died in the service of their country.


  •  ‘For pity’s sakes, don’t you ever again say what you really think!’


But knowing they emanate from the Oval Office casbah, we know what value to place on such lofty words.

National Security Advisor Susan Rice said during an interview with ABC News that Bergdahl served with honor and distinction.

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  • Enoch Powell’s insight into the UK’s corridors of power comes to mind.


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  • A nest of traitors and a den of vipers.