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The world is at war.

The President is taking a soft tempered response to terrorism, ISIS/ISOL and world peace, but gets excited with campaigning style shouting about free college tuition, an “affordable” government health care program, increased government spending, illegal immigrant amnesty and illegal immigrant welfare benefits. The U.S. position about the global crisis of ISIS/ISOL is unclear with long worded and

convoluted political responses to protect the current administration.

Déjà vu

In July 1940, newly appointed Prime Minister Churchill requested help from then U.S. President Roosevelt, after Britain had sustained the loss of 11 destroyers to the German Navy over a 10-day period. Roosevelt responded by exchanging 50 destroyers for 99-year leases on British bases in the Caribbean and Newfound-land. A major foreign policy debate erupted over whether the United States should aid Great Britain or maintain strict neutrality. In 1941 President Roosevelt faced a dilemma: should the United States use its own armed forces in order to help a nation that might capitulate to the Nazis? Throughout 1940 and 1941 Churchill attempted to win the confidence of Americans by demonstrating his trust in them. In October 1941, Churchill's opinion that “Hitler's revised plan un-doubtedly is now, Poland '39, France '40, Russia '41, England '42, '43 (?)—

maybe America.”

Different players and rules, same ugly terror Game.

Who will lead?

Who will protect America?

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