Hey! Remember when MoveOn.org drew so much flak for calling General Petreaus "General Betray-us?" Well, guess what? They got that one right.
I rapidly departed MoveOn when they moved from Kucinich (our favorite) to Obama without even consulting the so-called membership. I was of the opinion that either Edwards or Clinton would have been a better choice, and I still think I was right. Nevertheless, MoveOn was dead right about Petraeus.
Personally, I don't care who he was screwing, then or now — albeit, I understand that Obama felt obliged to offer his tender virgin hole to the Great General by approving the"surge" because he thought that he had to; and Obama gave Petraeus the CIA post last year because it was the only way to get him out of the Army, where he worked against the president (approximately) 96.7% of the time, and kept us in Afghanistan years longer than made any sense.
I'm very glad the scrawny but "fit" little shit is getting what he deserves, and I hope his chubby wife, despite her lack of "toned" arms and fetching(?) armpits, gets his entire military pension when she divorces him. Also, I hope that the multinational that hires him goes broke. (Yes, I'm a little vindictive, but we're talking about thousands of dead American soldiers here.)
Anyway, Maureen Dowd got it totally right today in her Times column, the first analysis of the "scandal" that makes any sense at all. Read it.