Eric Shinseki is the
latest if many only retired four-star General in the U.S. Army who does not support The Greatest President Ever's strategery for the Iraq War. No credible general could reject The Decider's wisdom; nixo-facto, Shinseki's long history of military service is a lie, and his every word is treason.
Turning his back on our
He criticized our Greatest President Ever and Commander-in-chief, George W. Bush about the Iraq War, thus erasing his entire military career from existence. General Shinseki hated the war and America so much that he just threw in the towel, but mostly it was because he had already resigned when they wouldn't buy him a new toy, the Crusader system, and threw a fit like a five-year-old, or Al Franken. (He hung around for a year, probably because he was trying to get a better pension.) He made Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz cry with his liberal request during the start of the war for more troops. General Shinseki and other resigning Generals are becoming a great threat to America. Real American Generals don't resign — or, if they do, they don't half resign, but hang around like John Stewart fans at a kegger.
Why did he turn his back on The Greatest President Ever and why didn't he stay the course? Of course, he claimed he didn't really resign, and that President Bush fired him because of the troop level thing.(Forgetting that he already told the Washington Post he was resigning, waited a year to stick it to Bush and then claim he was fired for sticking it to Bush.) Did Jane Fonda poison his mind too, like she did Wesley Clark? Liberals will stop at nothing to turn all of our Generals and troops into war protesting liberal scumbags.
The final insultEdit
In 2009, Shinseki began the next phase of his campaign to destroy the military from within: he became Barack Hussein Obama's Secretary of Defense.