So says the description posted with this video on YouTube. In the video, four SEALS say that they have "no sense of trust" when it comes to Commander In Chief Obama. "What are they going to leak next?" one them asks. "The bottom line is," he says, "there's a lack of trust." Another SEAL says that Obama is "going to use whatever...to get reelected...and doesn't really care about the folks on the front line..."
Why did these brave men make this video? One man explained that many in the military community do not have the time to pay close attention to politics "because they're trying to put bread on the table. The group hopes that their video will spur those folks to pay more attention, "to make sure you understand what the facts are.... America needs to take back our country... and America is us."
In the video, the off-camera interviewer asked the SEALS to estimate what percentage of their fellow SEALS will not be voting for Obama. The answers ranged from 95% to "High nineties."
Indeed, the support is heavy for Romney in the military. A poll by Military Times of 3,100 active and reserve troop found a 2-1 preference for Romney. In a very unusual move, about 500 former military admirals and generals will endorse Mitt Romney, according to a report by the Washington Free Beacon, which says that the admirals and generals "will post a full page ad in the Washington Times on Monday."
One SEAL referred to the 2010 Congressional election. "Also pay attention to the last election...where a lot of absentee ballots from the troops, from military, were not counted because they were sent out late or... neglected."
"The president... isn't showing leadership that a commander in chief should have," said another SEAL, adding that "the economy isn't great."
The video was posted to YouTube on Nov. 3 by Veterans for a Strong America, which describes itself as"a grassroots action organization committed to ensuring that America remains a strong nation by advancing liberty, safeguarding freedom and opposing tyranny." Visit their website for more info. They also have a Facebook page.