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Col Riley calls for American spring

Posted on | January 1, 2014 | 7 Comments

OAS: Col. Riley Call To Action; Corrupt & Criminal Leadership Must Be Removed

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How Will The Economy Improve In 2014 If Almost Everyone Has Less Money To Spend?

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/01/2014 – 13:48

Is the U.S. consumer tapped out?  If so, how in the world will the U.S. economy possibly improve in 2014?  Most Americans know that the U.S. economy is heavily dependent on consumer spending.  If average Americans are not out there spending money, the economy tends not to do very well.  Unfortunately, retail sales during the holiday season appear to be quite disappointing and the middle class continues to deeply struggle.  And for a whole bunch of reasons things are likely going to be even tougher in 2014.  Families are going to have less money in their pockets to spend thanks to much higher health insurance premiums under Obamacare, a wide variety of tax increases, higher interest rates on debt, and cuts in government welfare programs.  The short-lived bubble of false prosperity that we have been enjoying for the last couple of years is rapidly coming to an end, and 2014 certainly promises to be a very “interesting year”.


7 Responses to “Col Riley calls for American spring”

  1. bacsi
    January 2nd, 2014 @ 3:33 am

    Riley’s bio is rather strange in that it focuses on his military career post OCS, but at the very end there are a couple sentences that state he served as an enlisted man in Vietnam and Thailand in 1962 – 63. Really? Was he in the Army, Airforce, or? What was his enlisted MOS and just what was he doing in SE Asia back then? Even as early as 1962 it was possible for a regular enlisted man to be in Vietnam, but to then be sent to Thailand indicates he was in intel, SF, or some program requiring special skills for setting up programs with foreign governments and military. And that Silver Star, when was it awarded, and what was it awarded for? Generally the bio of anyone with such an award for valor would provide at least a brief overview of his actions, but here… nothing. His parachute badge: awarded as an enlisted man or officer? That combat infantryman badge: enlisted or officer? Why no details about things that an enlisted grunt like me would be interested in? Maybe he spent so much time as an ossifer that he finds his background painful, especially since it is most probably the reason he never got that general star before he retired – the West Point Protection Society doesn’t much care for mustangs you know…

    I got to know Col. Earl Hopper, who had spent most of his military career in Army intel, a couple years before his death and admired him a lot as a man and for his efforts to resolve the Vietnam POW-MIA mess. I mention this as a backdrop to my statement now that like Gen. Valley (sic?), Col. Riley’s long career in military intel automatically causes red flags to wave. I gave a brief read of the linked article and in general would agree with what he has to say in regards to disposing the criminal regime in control of our country. I generally tend to also agree with a lot of what Gen. Valley (sic?) has to say, but that doesn’t mean I would join their cause. The reason I wouldn’t is because I don’t know them, talk is cheap and is the main component of intel smoke and mirror shows that this pre-civil war phase we are in is rife with. Co-opting potential opposition is a major goal of such activities and like Oath Keepers with their sorry Yale lawyer leader the intent is to nullify any positive actions by keeping them sitting on their hands until it is too late and the membership rolls are used to roll them up. And for any Oath Keeper who don’t like my attitude, go tell Darren Huff what great stand-up guys you and your two-faced back-stabbing lawyer leader are. I put that in just to show how such programs are geared to spread discontent and distrust among the patriotic faithful – works, doesn’t it?

  2. William Reade
    January 2nd, 2014 @ 7:46 am

    I like Col. Reilly was also enlisted for six years and twenty nine commissioned. He is a dedicated PATRIOT and has worked hard to try to protect every retired member of the Uniformed Services along with Col “Bud” Day MOH. I don’t know either one of them personally, however as a good “GRUNT” I would follow either of them down the barrel of a loaded cannon, Bud Day has left for a better
    encampment, but hi memory will last, ad I dare to say so will Col. Reilly’s. By the way it does not matter what rank you were when you earned your parachute badge all that counts is you did.
    William F. Reade, Jr. LTC USA (ret)

  3. Ken
    January 2nd, 2014 @ 8:15 am

    Right on bacsi. Aren’t all these ossifers brave when they are retired.

  4. bacsi
    January 2nd, 2014 @ 11:20 am

    Col. Reade: I wasn’t attacking Col. Riley personally, I was mainly trying to point out the problems people and organizations have when they try to vet someone. It is impossible just from a paper trail, and a biography is just that and nothing more. The best way to vet someone is a recommendation from someone you trust who is familiar with and trusts the individual in question, but even that doesn’t mean much as most of us know.

    In regards to earning your jump wings, you are right, rank doesn’t matter, I wasn’t inferring that it did; I was merely stating that his enlistment prior to OCS was nearly completely ignored, and if he earned his jump wings and the Silver Star during that time, the way the biography was written in the article is very strange indeed. I have my own jump wings, and instead of a combat infantry badge I have a combat medic badge, but I sure don’t have a Silver Star. But then there you go, none of those things really mean squat unless the individual is known. For instance, there is that military hero of the left, the man who won four purple hearts in four months in country that is still, I’m sure, seared, let’s say that again, seared into his mind – Lt. Kerry, a legend never to be forgotten in the annuals of military and human duplicity.

    Don’t believe anything you read and only half of what you see; and in times of serious civil unrest don’t believe a damn thing…

  5. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    January 2nd, 2014 @ 11:30 am

    Col Riley posted here for 5 years and he appears to be very supportive of my work.
    PS I am suspicious of people who post under made up names, like bacsi

  6. Robert
    January 2nd, 2014 @ 4:49 pm

    COL. Riley, let’s round up “AMERICA” and head to DC where the Kenyan MUSLIM imposter is at, and REMOVE that SON OF A B***H from the White House and most especially from the TAINTED OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENCY!!!!!




  7. Thomas
    January 4th, 2014 @ 7:31 am

    God Bless Col. Riley, and ALL those who Support His American Spring!!! The Founding Fathers Are Giving Him a Standing Ovation.
    I will do what I can, I will do what I can and God Willing, Help RETURN America Back To The Citizens of The United States of America.

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