http://www.thedailybeast.com/articl...arine-reserve-maj-jason-brezler-betrayed.html So I read this story, with which I'm sure many of you have are familiar. My anger builds, subsides slightly...and then I read the next headline and story. Erik Prince thinks that the "War on Terror" is too big, that the "National Security State has become too large". My favorite observation would be this: Prince also said the over-reliance on drone warfare in the Middle East and South Asia would likely reap “a bitter harvest,” because of the scale of collateral damage from drone strikes. As if spraying a downtown traffic circle with gunfire in the middle of Baghdad in the middle of the day is not? I question none of his security/intel credentials, but where the hell was he during the build-up to this now multi trillion dollar fiasco which can't stop a puke like Edward Snowden, but punishes a Maj. Brezler. He could at least tell those of us who advocated for small scale tactical operations with closed mouths vs. a Hollywood production complete with a Mission Accomplished banner on an aircraft carrier, "you were right".