drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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drieuxster

Have History Time Line?

Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld predicted Monday that calls from retired generals for him to step down would fade away, and he dismissed the criticism as a standard part of the history of American combat since the Revolutionary War.

"This, too, will pass," Mr. Rumsfeld said during an interview with Rush Limbaugh, the conservative nationally syndicated radio host.

[ cf Rumsfeld Says Calls for Ouster 'Will Pass' ]
 Oh Yeah. I remember that part...

Everyone Remembers how in every war the DOD has always had a SecDef who has been opposed by the commanders in the field....

Why Who can Forget how Karl Rove, as Commander of the Roverian Armoured Flying Saucer Corp Opposed Because they did not support the Armoured Flying Saucer Corp Victory March...

Or were we suppose to forget that the first SecDef was James V. Forrestal and that was not until 1947....

But I guess when one is a part of the New And Improved New World Order! and working for the Greatest Military Leader EVER! Having to work with reality and history...

So Keep REMINDING THEM!!!
If the Blue Dress Does Not Fit!!!!
Then You Must Acquite"
is more important now, than EVER!!!!

Or Those Iranian Flying Saucers will Come Back And Attack...
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