"Pentagon Like Federal Reserve" Our Foreign Policy Breakthrough!Submitted by barracuda_trader on Tue, 12/06/2011 - 18:08
The Paul Administration's Sec of Defense, Col. Macgregor opens up about the FED-like Pentagon finances and corruption.
As Ron Paul moves into first place and goes on to win early state contests people have legitimate questions about his role as Commander-in-Chief.
By introducing Col. Douglas Macgregor as Secretary of Defense and letting his record speak for itself we will assure voters that Ron Paul would have nothing less than the best in mind for our national defense.
Lt. Col. Macgregor's unit vastly outperformed its peers against the "Opposition Force."
Macgregor was a top Army thinker on innovation.
He "became prominent inside the Army" when he published Breaking the Phalanx, which argued for radical reforms. Breaking the Phalanx was rare in that an active duty military author was challenging the status quo with detailed reform proposals for the reorganization of U.S. Army ground forces. The head of the Army, United States General Dennis Reimer, wanted to reform the Army and effectively endorsed Breaking the Phalanx and passed copies out to generals; however, reforming the army according to the book met resistance from the "board of directors"—the four-star generals—and Reimer did not press the issue.
Many of Macgregor's colleagues thought his unconventional thinking may have harmed his chances for promotion. While an Army NTC official called him "the best war fighter the Army has got," colleagues of Macgregor were concerned that "the Army is showing it prefers generals who are good at bureaucratic gamesmanship to ones who can think innovatively on the battlefield.