General Petraeus smacked the White House for saying it's inappropriate to question a Four-star-general after John Kelly lied about Rep. Wilson.
General David Petraeus told ABC's THIS WEEK that the military fights for the rights of Americans to express themselves even at the detriment to themselves.
If the head of the CIA, (supposedly) doesn't know what a lie is, how can he be Secretary of State?
On ABC's THIS WEEK, Gen. David Petraeus admitted to making a serious mistake, but sugar coated it by saying he didn't know he was lying at the time.
Does passing government secrets to a mistress and lying to the FBI amount to nothing more than a hill of beans?
But Hillary had an e-mail server so it's all good, eh?
Another peek inside the fevered brain of someone who makes the rest of the fringe Republicans look smart.
Stephen Colbert takes the war mongers to task, pointing out those who would be happy to keep the United States in a state of perpetual war.
Gen. John Allen, bowed out Tuesday and announced his intention to retire for what he called personal reasons, but was really all about his entanglement with the Gen. David Petraeus/Paula Broadwell scandal.
Remember how when pressured to get the troops out of Middle East, Republicans insisted that we needed to listen to the generals on the ground? We apparently didn't ask the necessary follow up question: who were the generals listening to? And
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