All of these post-election Obama administration scandals really seem to be sliding out of control now that the election is complete.
We'll try to help you out here with a sexual scorecard. It's so
confusing who was embedding whom when. And now new allegations this
morning involving yet another high-ranking, horny general being promoted
by the Democrat administration.
No wonder Defense Secy. Leon Panetta is out of the country and the
president will be too this weekend. It all makes tomorrow's scheduled
White House news conference seem more like an episode of Generals'
Hospital. Obama had so wanted to make his rare news session about
leveraging public opinion against House Republicans, in the interests of
working together, of course.
If only Republicans had nominated a tee-totaling, congenital family
man, we could have perhaps avoided four more years of this stuff and
made the right choice in last week's presidential election. But it's
probably just coincidence that all this crap is coming out after the voting.
The good news in this slimey international mess is that, now that
we've got unfaithful wives and husbands, catfights over straying
husbands and explicit emails from a war zone, the doilies in the D.C.
media have to cover the far more serious Benghazi scandal involving the
rejection of repeated SOS calls and unexplained abandonment of four
Americans to die there in September. Hearings open Thursday on Capitol
First, the cast:
David Petraeus, the 60-year-old heretofore hero general of the Iraq
and Afghan wars, who was named last year to direct the Central
Holly Petraeus, his wife of four decades whose longtime mission was helping military families separated by deployments.