We’ve always suspected that Barack Obama hated the military and those who served. And that he has to have the last word in any discussion. These hunches were proven correct with a recently revealed true story.
General Stanley McChrystal was the Commander of US Forces in Afghanistan, and had frequent disagreements on the conduct of the war with his Commander-in-Chief.
At one point McChrystal was called into the Oval Office and he knew his Army career was about to be over.
Here’s the rest of the story from JoeForAmerica.com:
“When former U.S. Military Commander in Afghanistan, Stanley McChrystal, was called into the Oval Office by Barack Obama, he knew things weren’t going to go well when the President accused him of not supporting him in his political role as President.
“‘It’s not my job to support you as a politician, Mr. President, it’s my job to support you as Commander-in-Chief,’ McChrystal replied, and he handed Obama his resignation.
“Not satisfied with accepting McChrystal’s resignation the President made a cheap parting shot. ‘I bet when I die you’ll be happy to pee on my grave.’
“The General saluted, and said: ‘Mr. President, I always told myself after leaving the Army I’d never stand in line again.’
Well said, General. We’re glad to see someone stand up and put the Teleprompter Reader-in-Chief in his place.
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