White House is ambushed by criticism from America's military community
George Bush probably owes his presidency to the absentee military voters who nudged his tally in Florida decisively past Al Gore's. But now, with Iraq in chaos and the reasons for going to war there mired in controversy, an increasingly disgruntled military poses perhaps the gravest immediate threat to his political future, just one year before the presidential elections.
From Vietnam veterans to fresh young recruits, from seasoned officers to anxious mothers worried about their sons' safety on the streets of Baghdad and Fallujah, the military community is growing ever more vocal in its opposition to the White House.
Sunday, September 21
You're SO Not Seeing This Reported Here
Looks like a lot of military folks saw right through the flightsuit. From the Independent U.K.:
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 7:58 PM