Our President Barack Husein Obama, exchanged One U.S. Soldier POW held in Afghanistan for FIVE FUCKING TALIBAN TERRORIST THAT WERE BEING HELD AT GITMO!
It appears our POS "Muslim Hugging" POTUS continues to support the Taliban and FUCK US ALL!
Undeniably, history has repeatedly shown, once released Gitmo prisoners are back on the battlefield and in Terrorist Camps plotting and killing more American soldiers within 90 Days!
Would you have ever imagined in your wildest dream, the biggest threat to the U.S. Military is our own POTUS. FWIW, According to LAW, the Sec. of Defense is to notify congress 30 days in advance before authorizing the release of ANY Gitmo prisoners. But as usual, Obama turns to Congress and the American public and says FUCK YOU......AND FUCK YOU AGAIN!Wining the Senate in 2014 will not stop this renegade Bastard because as he has no respect for Congress or the laws of our land:
I say, IMPEACH THIS POS NOW!!!!!
WASHINGTON — The lone American prisoner of war from the Afghan conflict, captured by insurgents nearly five years ago, has been released to American forces in exchange for five Taliban prisoners held at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, Obama administration officials said Saturday.
The soldier, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, 28, was handed over to American Special Operations troops inside Afghanistan near the Pakistan border about 10:30 a.m. Saturday in a tense but uneventful exchange with 18 Taliban officials, American officials said. Moments later, Sergeant Bergdahl was whisked away by the helicopter-borne commandos, American officials said. He was found in good condition and able to walk.
The five Taliban detainees at Guantanamo, including two senior militant commanders said to be implicated in murdering thousands of Shiites in Afghanistan, were being transferred to the custody of officials from Qatar, who will accompany them back to that Persian Gulf state, where they will be subject to security restrictions, including a one-year travel ban.
Among other complications, there was a potential legal obstacle: Congress has imposed statutory restrictions on the transfer of detainees from Guantánamo Bay. The statutes say the secretary of defense must determine that a transfer is in the interest of national security, that steps have been taken to substantially mitigate a future threat by a released detainee, and that the secretary notify Congress 30 days before any transfer of his determination.
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