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So we have heard anonymous reports -- over year that members of the special ops community are not happy with President Obama now they argue that he politicize the killing of Osama bin Laden.
He exposed the identity of special ops units he jeopardize the safety of our troops their families and our overall national security.
Now a former member of the Elite Squad known as navy seal team six is going public.
And he's formed a super pac called special operations for America.
That is aimed at ensuring that Barack Obama is a one term president joining me now -- more on how Obama's policies.
Are hurting our military and our country's national security former navy seal team six member of Montana state senator Brian -- -- Welcome back they get to be less well thank you and so honored -- shots I'll tell us what you -- -- here.
While -- special operations for America is at the grassroots pack you know aimed at.
Giving the military voice giving special operations that -- an active duty retired guys a voice what's happening.
And -- not just the leaks you know there's a series of things enough enough.
You know it started with bin Laden -- of the commercial with former President Clinton.
And not just taking credit for it but talking about the consequences decision.
You know to me it's it's it was a straightforward decision.
But the consequence of failure you know really was about the guys in the ground and the reason why of the operation successful as he had that enormous capability and dedication.
In a build up that the United States should be proud that we have this capability that wasn't just the seals and every service was involved.
It was you know a long time in planning and now we should be proud as a nation.
But we shouldn't politicize it and we should not make a commercial about it about the fact that the president was wrong then rendition.
Gitmo enhanced interrogations went out of those.
You don't have the intelligence to get bin Laden.
Why can't even acknowledge that President Bush was right -- he was wrong.
More -- an excellent point you know wide and we have information.
In information and again what this is a culmination of years of operations.
The coalition also you look at the capability the force but it -- seal team six and in the rest of special operations family didn't happen overnight.
-- this was a long process we've been in sustained combat operation longest period there in art in our nation's history.
And these guys are war hardened veterans -- LA when you when you say that this is a specific team.
To a task like this you know you put the team he put the dependents you put the whole community I think in jeopardy.
And then what's happening overseas.
When you negotiator will our ability to fight at night he negotiated our ability that they have independent operation react to take.
A force that's known for -- that.
These put we know our troops -- risk in enough is enough.
How much he -- he -- Brady's and it is this going to be part of the ads that I guess at least super pac is gonna put out eleven a few well -- don't.
We're -- we're in NASCAR were were were driving.
-- 32 in the sprint races into this weekend.
In on the if portion of part of politics is our voices is directly relation in -- relationship to how much money we have.
-- -- taken at a paycheck on doing this for god and country.
But we're going to be very very careful in our delivery of message we want to make sure that what we say it's well documented.
That we -- don't hit below the belt.
I don't dislike the president personally.
I dislike his policies as commander in chief calls president Brian we've got to run senator appreciate B -- thank you.
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