It takes time to notify troops, organize them and then transport them, Little said. It also takes time to develop an intelligence picture of what they might face on the ground.
The fact of the matter is these forces were not in place until after the attacks were over, he said. Let me be clear. This department took swift action. We did respond. The secretary ordered forces to move. They simply were not able to arrive in time.
Waaah, waaah, waah. Impotent cretin.
All talk, no action, is what he's saying; all full of excuses and whining about why it couldn't be done. It's a travesty that "can do" has become "we can't, no need to even try".
I thought the point of a FAST team is that it is ready to go with almost no ( and I do mean next to zero...) notice. I am sooooo tired of the lies. It sickens me