March 26, 2008 | Filed Under Elections
I’m the last person you’d find defending Hillary Clinton’s lies, but the latest headline of the NY Post was a bit too much for me to contain myself. If you’re unfamiliar with Hillary Clinton’s latest “misstatement”, she basically said that in 1996 she landed in Bosnia under sniper fire. The media has made much over the issue and rightly so given how she responded to the Reverend Wright nonsense with Barack Obama.
Here’s an excerpt from the NY Post: “Now Bunko Hill Is Under Fire”
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s lies about risking her life under sniper fire during a visit to Bosnia as first lady have infuriated the US military brass and troops.
“She has no sense of what a statement like that does to soldiers,” fumed retired Maj. Gen. Walter Stewart, the former head of the Pennsylvania National Guard.
“She is insulting the command in its entirety,” he said yesterday.
Are you kidding me with that public comment? Just as politicians should keep away from the day-to-day affairs of the military, the military should stay the hell away from politics because they have no business spreading propaganda in that area given that they receive a paycheck from the U.S. government. It’s not even the fact that the Major chose to interject his commentary into this most irritating Clinton situation. The fact that Mr. Walter Stewart would suggest that soldiers are demoralized and insulted by Hillary’s stupidity is dumb.
My first thought was man the heck up Walter, or would you rather me pull out my violin and play a sad song so you can tell us what else you feel?
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