This duration of the past ten days is equivalent to a sport metaphor such as “Three Strikes and You’re Out” does seem appropriate when it comes to political parlance.  Thus, permit me to explain in the bleakest of terms.

 

Take, for example, during the Senate confirmation before the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, no Senator, neither Democrat nor Republican, did not exercise any audacity for asking Senator John Kerry as to when the Authority to Use Military Force should expire.

 

And as a secondary example, in the Senate confirmation before the Senate Armed Services Committee, no Senator, neither Democrat nor Republican, did not exercise any simplistic behavior for asking former Senator Chuck Hagel as to when the Authority to Use Military Force should expire.

 

Further and tomorrow, Director John Brennan, in his Senate confirmation before the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, no Senator, neither Democrat nor Republican, will exercise any fundamental behavior for asking the “tough” question as to when the Authority to Use Military Force should expire.

 

Consequently,America’s Latino community, writ large, effectively understands that the conservatives’ self-empowerment for the national stage relative to the Great War on Terror must continue unabated and yet, must be preserved indefinitely, given thatAmerica’s wealth must be spent, especially when this wealth is generated from the Middle Class and the Poor. 

 

After ten years, this short history shows that as a nation, we are not ‘changing’ any global history or even the pretense of any possible future, albeit, created on the speciousness that ‘weapons of mass destruction’ were available in one emblematic nation residing in the Middle East.