Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson, USAF (Ret.), Dereliction of Duty: The Eye- to May , whose duties included carrying the nuclear “football” or codes . Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson exposes the terrifying, behind-the-scenes story of the years when the most irresponsible President in our history had his finger. Lieutenant Colonel Patterson, Retired, is the author of two New York Times Bestsellers: Dereliction of Duty: The Eyewitness Account of How Bill.

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It scares you into coughing up very important information, but it is not torture. They became very quiet on the issue. We did take in troops to restore order, but we went in to try to help a lot of people that had been hurt.

This is one that Biden famously said is one of their great accomplishments and, the thing is—look: That was the last time I heard from any of her staff members, when she was actively running against Barack Obama.

Is liberal media embracing your book here? What do you think his motivations are? That just shows you kind of people he hangs around with.

I remember the first time I had an insight: And, driliction frankly, again, I was really surprised that they offered me the position. My favorite part was when a Dutch military officer informed the author that Clinton’s staff and other government attaches had taken all of the alcohol and crystal from the lt.col.bjzz that the Dutch government had made available to them. Bush understood that, and, I think, approached it very prudently and effectively. Unfortunately, al-Qaeda has chosen to fight this war from behind women and children, without wearing uniforms, and they are not authorized—but we still give them those allowances anyway.

It is too bad William Jefferson Clinton deriliiction not tried for his failure to act as the Commander in Chief. When I say “really liked it”, I mean that it kept me interested even though I was burning inside with rage at Clinton and his administration.

Seeing it up close and personal for two years was eye-opening. Interesting and surprising by what the author was claiming took place and surprised at the actions and attitudes of those within the inner circle of the president and the first pqtterson.


He retired in to pursue a career as a commercial airline pilot, writer and conservative speaker. I did not apply for it. I have to cringe when I see Clinton trying to glom on to praise about fighting terrorism. When TWA went down, the first response, the first, initial reaction was to suspect terrorism. Another reason not to vote for Hillary Clinton. In fact, the commanding general at the time was a Canadian general, who I was working for, there on the ground. Again, I showed up in the White House, kind of white-eyed and bright-eyed and bushy tailed, not really knowing what to expect.

In fact, I talk about, when Barack Obama was just beginning to campaign for the Presidency, Roger, he came out to California and named his chief fund raiser to be a lady named Jodie Evans. I suppose the generally high ratings this book received reflect the fact that practically the only people that would read it are committed right wingers who probably think this book is the gospel truth and an example of great journalism.

Were you interviewed to determine whether you would be loyal to President Clinton? When I first read the book, I found it both interesting and surprising. And unlike the Soviet Union—at least they had an address, where we could point nuclear weapons and threaten right back—this one is so much more complicated than that.

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We still have 50, troops there. A very informative first hand account of the Clinton administration. These are not common criminals—these are people who behead Americans around the globe. His new book, “Conduct Unbecoming: That was largely—we did take in troops, Roger, as a matter of fact, but we took in troops to basically restore order to the area. While we heard many stories of the president and his wife during and after his term in office, the few behind the scenes eyewitness accounts of their interaction brings levity to a read I found hard to digest through my anger.


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Finally, there is something distasteful about a soldier assigned to protect the president writing if he really wrote this a “tell-all” book after his assignment. Patterson a lot of credit for his professionalism While we heard a lot of the “stories” of what went on in the White House, this is the confirmation coming from one of the closest people to work in the presigious historical building.

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With that being said, it is not hard to believe what was said about hilary and the way she acted and treated people. Good morning, Buzz, if I might call you that. In retrospect, why do you think he did not, on any of those eight or ten times, take the chance to capture or kill bin Laden?

It is not just al-Qaeda. But no, and I think, really, Roger, always, truth is always the best defense.

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How significant was Grenada, as a battle in the larger Cold War? This was the first book I had ever read by someone who talked about a president after having served in their administration. They see it as a sign of weakness and they see Obama as being a very, very weak President and commander-in-chief.

May 06, Marti rated driliction really liked it. They should be tried in military tribunals, which go back to the founding of this country. What do you think? It didn’t strike me as a “Clinton” problem as much as an “American” problem–many Americans feel entitled because of the greatness of their nationality.

The Foreign Policy timeline at the end is also an eyeopener. It does not surprise me that Patterson has much to criticize in Clinton-directed military reduction as well as a reluctant military policy and lack of decisiveness.