June 22nd, 2010

cialis sale cialis sale 0,1597142.story”>Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, the commander of Western forces in Afghanistan, was summoned to Washington on Tuesday to explain unflattering comments about senior members of the Obama administration that appeared in a magazine profile.

If you badmouth your Commander in Chief, you get fired. In this country the military must remain subservient to it’s civilian leadership…whether they’re right or wrong.

Anything else leads to dictatorship.

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  • 1. Nick  |  June 22nd, 2010 at 12:41 pm

    Its also a crime punishable under the UCMJ, Article 88. You cannot use contemptuous words against the President, VP, Sec. of Defense, and a list of other folks as well.

  • 2. Dan  |  June 22nd, 2010 at 1:32 pm

    While I think McCrystal should be reprimanded, it certainly shows that Obama gets very little respect from the military. Obama certainly has not earned respect from the military and in reality, he has not earned respect from most people world wide. Our foes don’t respect him, our allies don’t, certainly most conservatives don’t and he is losing the respect of liberals.
    Obama just never learned that respect has to be earned.

  • 3. Billiam  |  June 22nd, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    Dan, to be fair, as a soldier, McCrystal knows Obama is the Commander in Chief. While he is serving, he should at least show respect to the office, as well as the UCMJ. After he retires, let go with both barrels. If he doesn’t agree with the One’s policies, then resign. He was dumb to do this interview at this time.

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