Sunday, June 17, 2007

When Will The Reptile Brained 30% Realize That Bu$hCo Just Won't Accept Responsibility For Anything

How many more examples like this will it take before Congress impeaches the son-of-a-bitch?

The Army general who investigated the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal has said he was forced into retirement by civilian Pentagon officials because he had been “overzealous.”

In an interview with The New Yorker, his first since retiring in January, Maj. Gen. Antonio M. Taguba said that former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and other senior civilian and military officials had treated him brusquely after the investigation into the formerly American-run prison outside Baghdad was completed in 2004. He also said that in early 2006 he was ordered, without explanation, to retire within a year.

“They always shoot the messenger,” General Taguba said. “To be accused of being overzealous and disloyal — that cuts deep into me. I was ostracized for doing what I was asked to do.

My emphasis. Yeah, it's all about the team, not, it's all about the lying, corrupt, criminal President.

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Anonymous said...

Watching Mitch McConnell on TV and am wondering if there is a special school where Republicans send their slackers to learn military terminology to make them seem tough.

coldH2O said...

You got that right. & apparently McConnell's about to be outed. Hoo Ha, wouldn't that just add to the mix?