Adultery is prosecutable under UCMJ. Civilians don’t understand that, but faithfulness to your partner is critical to good order and discipline in the military. Also, if the General leaked classified documents to this woman, that may also be a prosecutable office. I liked the General, but he should have his day in court, where ever the evidence leads, so that it’s not hanging over his head.
[-7] January 4, 2015 at 10:30pm
Oh boo hoo! Civilians spent 12 hours on a tarmac and couldn’t get home! How awful for you. I remember spending many many hours on a tarmac waiting for a flight home from the Middle East. I don’t remember crying or getting my panties all in a bundle over it. Grow up!
So because you got stuck in the Middle East, these people arn't allowed to be a little upset about their bad experience?
Poor Baby. I'm sorry.
 November 27, 2014 at 10:31am
F*&^% CNN. Good idea. The same thing happened to Fox News reporters the other day. Griff Jenkins had to relocate because he was being harassed. A blogger had his car burned and his expensive camera equipment destroyed. Another blogger was beaten up. Nice people down there in Ferguson.
 September 30, 2014 at 10:29am
I got it now! Every veteran should claim to be gay or bisexual and sue the government over the VA! That way it’s a human rights issue and maybe, finally, we’ll get the service we need. It’s an awesome plan. Or, it could just shut the VA down, which, if it’s not doing anything anyway, what the Hell!