500 Retired Generals & Admirals Support Romney With Ad

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by pspr, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. pspr


    Five hundred retired generals and admirals are running an ad in Monday's editions of The Washington Times calling on the country to elect Republican Mitt Romney on Tuesday.

    In plain terms the officers, who paid for the ad themselves, said they support Mr. Romney: "We, the undersigned, proudly support Governor Mitt Romney as our nation's next president and commander-in-chief."

    The ad then goes on to list all of the officers, in alphabetical order, in four columns of print.

    • <a href="http://media.washtimes.com/media/misc/2012/11/05/ad.pdf">Click here to view the ad</a> (PDF)

    The retired admirals and generals said they decided to take this public stand to try to head off "having to live through four more years of what has been experienced since January 20th, 2009."

  2. Surprising, given that he was a draft dodger
  3. pspr


    Where's Obama's draft card? Or was he claiming to be a foreign national?
  4. PWNED!

  5. Mav88


    this is unprecedented, it shows you what people who actually have to work with, and suffer the direct consequences of having, a lazy pot smoking communist in a position of responsibility, are thinking
  6. Another moronic utterance from the king of stupidity. The draft had ended 5-6 years before Obama turned 18.
  7. Too bad this ad is only on the last day before the election...

    Might have had more impact earlier.
  8. This is true. He used four college deferments and a 30 month religious deferment to avoid Vietnam. This while he was organizing counter protests to anti war protests when in college.

    Just another rich Republican chickenhawk who would gladly use American serviemen and women as fodder for his foreign policy adventures.

  9. Ummm....yeah....not so much.

    You do understand what a draft is, right?

    They don't usually draft 10 year olds. Though I know the Fox News club has a military fetish and all.
  10. pspr


    You just don't have a clue, do you?

    WASHINGTON, May 17, 2012 — Selective Service System officials are denying the public access to microfilm records of President Obama’s draft registration form.

    #10     Nov 5, 2012