Skip to comments.Petraeus Affair Could End Broadwell's Army Career (But She Won't Be Prosecuted for Adultery)
Posted on 11/13/2012 10:02:56 AM PST by SkyPilot
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As Rush said, today, the Generals are taking orders from their privates.
Remember what happened to General Pace for refusing to condone immoral acts.
The proof of his lack of integrity would be our learning that he knew that the administration knew about his affair and testifed falsely on September 16 to support the Administration cover story. We know that if the cover was blown, the it would affect the election by keeping the Benghazi mess in the news. If he did this hoping to keep his job, then we know what kind of man he is. I mean, after all, Benedict Arnold was a brilliant military commander.
If sodomy is Ok, then why are adultery and fornication wrong? Answer, none of them are now thought to be objectively wrong .
We are led by men who put their careers first. Hoe else explain the actions of the general who dismissed the murders at Ft. Hood as less important than protecting diversity in the service. The man deserves contempt, but the Present Chairman is also a tool of the administration.
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