Obama Eliminates Hot Breakfasts for US Troops in Afghanistan

Obama Eliminates Breakfast for US Troops in Afghanistan, Stuffs Own Face. How many cooked breakfasts for soldiers would Obama’s 20 million dollar
Hawaii vacations and the 1.4 billion that his clan’s non-stop partying

If only American soldiers in Afghanistan were unemployed Democratic
voters in Chicago, then they might be getting three square meals a day
from the government.

But the military is the one place that Obama feels comfortable
slashing expenses. While spending at an uncontrollable rate unseen since
the last days of the Roman Empire in every other area, Obama has been
cutting “waste” in the military like 20,000 Marines, Tricare healthcare
for veterans and bokertov.typepad.com/btb/2013/01/phase-i-of-surrender-to-the in areas where he would only venture accompanied by heavy firepower.
Warren Buffett and other crony capitalists can pig out on Obama’s trillion dollar deficits. As for the troops. www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jan/27/during-drawdown-pen.

The Army has stopped serving cooked breakfasts to some of
the U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan as part of its drawdown, a move that
prompted troops to write home asking their families and friends to send
care packages with cereal, breakfast bars and other foods.

The Army told the Washington Guardian the current cutbacks began Jan.
1, and affect about 2,700 soldiers deployed in forward operating bases
in more remote areas of Afghanistan.

The Washington Guardian reported earlier this month that the current
budget crisis in Congress prompted Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton
Carter to write a memo order preparations for sweeping budget cuts
across all military programs to begin as early as next month.

Officials stressed other comforts at the forward operating bases may
also soon be reduced, such as laundry and recreation, as officials look
for other ways to reduce the American footprint in advance of departing
the country.

They said the meal cutbacks are currently affecting forward operating
bases in more remote areas of Afghanistan and not affecting the main
American bases in Kabul and Kandahar.