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Ok. I’ll give you some credit for actually coming up with a plan.
Before going to my general point, I have a few questions about your plan:
- About the Mexicans … you want them not enter the US, right? Or do you want to kill them?
- You want the Navy, National Guard, and Coast Guard running the cleanup… Who is going to pay them? Last time I checked a lot of Americans are complaining about how high the taxes are…
- Your plan makes it look like being President is pretty easy… Maybe I should run for President too…
- You should tell Obama where Al-Qaeda is. I'm sure he doesn't know.
Anyway, here I am criticizing your plan when it actually might work… or it might not. You could have more information than I do about the war or the oil spill allowing you to make a more elaborate plan.
You see my point?
Obama probably knows more about the war situation or oil spill than any of us. The CIA, the FBI, EPA, or BP might know more than Obama. Who knows?
What is informed to the people and the press is probably not even half of it. It has always been that way.The fact that I (maybe you too) am not an expert in war strategies, economy, or law makes me (or us) even more clueless about what is going on.
Without all facts, no decisions or definite plans should be made because the possibility of making a mistake is higher.