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That’s a General not a Waiter

Obama adviser Valerie Jarett mistook a four star general, in  full dress uniform, for a waiter at a party in Washington.  Army General Peter Chiarelli got her a glass of wine, and later defended her, saying it was a mistake anyone could have made.    Since I don’t work for the President as the General does, I don’t have to be as tactful.  It is a mistake that anyone could make who possesses both a huge sense of entitlement and is completely and hopelessly clueless to all things military.  I would caution Ms. Jarett not to make the same mistake in regard to anyone dressed like R. Lee Ermey in the clip at the top of this post.

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

8 Comments

  1. General LeMay would have known how to handle that situation.

    ” . . . a mistake anybody could make.”

    That’s right. Anybody that has no respect for your uniform or for you, General.

    Tip of the spear, my eye . . .

    Here’s the problem. US civillian and military leadership are useless as breasts on a boar hog.

  2. @555: God bless General Robin Olds (RIP) and the Triple Nickle!

    General Olds would have known how to deal with that, too.

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