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David Petraeus resigns

Original post made by James on Nov 9, 2012

Patraeus has been a very good militaty leader. He says he had an extramarital affair. Was this affair known of by the White House, especially during the Libya scandal? Patraeus seemed to accept being thrown under the bus by Obama.

Pretty shocking stuff, not becasue of his marital issues, but because he was thinking about the leverage of his personal issues. Congressional hearings are upcomming about Libya, and he is not being forced to testify, because he resigned.

Very fishy.

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Posted by Resident, a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Nov 9, 2012 at 2:10 pm

Fishy indeed. And even more fishy that it happened today rather than last week (before the election). I am sure that the affair wasn't something that conveniently happened just in the past few days.


Posted by RS, a resident of Duveneck/St. Francis
on Nov 9, 2012 at 2:46 pm

RS is a registered user.

An affair is a breach of his security clearance


Posted by That User Name is already, a resident of another community
on Nov 9, 2012 at 3:05 pm

That User Name is already is a registered user.

But Fox news doesn't have Karl Rove around to UNSKEW polls, so it's time to put the tin foil hats on and claim the President ELECT is a Muslim, errrr, no, a socialist, ummmm,, guess not, how about...

Throwing a hero under the bus?!!??

So sad. Fox is going through the seven stages of grief and grasping at straws.

Turn off the Fox, Sean, errr, Gar... ehhh, James.

So sad.


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