I would agree, Bush never seems to forget anyone who disagrees with him.
Disagreeing with any aspect of his administration, including his good buddy in
the VA seems to be considered as disagreeing with Bush as well.
But at the same time this seems to show just how petty he can be. I have heard
from peope who have met him and disagreed with him, only to get a response of
" I don't care what you think," back in less polite terms. Spoiled brat comes to
mind, in my opinion.
Personal opinion, not holy writ. But it is another advantage of being a civilian, that I
can say that out loud. As I told that new Marine, that is a freedom that is not his as
long as he wears the uniform. One in the military does not have the right to talk
against the Comander-in-Chief, regardless what one thinks. I had to keep quiet in
the Marines about my Commander-in-Chief, President Johnson.
That is important to remember with e-mailing or writing, or calling a military person.
Talking politics is not something that he can do and any remark he might make can
be used against him in courts marshal. So something to consider when supporting
our troops. Don't endanger their careers.
--- In Pagan-Headstone-Campaign@yahoogroups.com, Morgan <sacredwell@...> wrote:
> It occurred to me while posting a comment on this to a friend's LJ
> that's it's possible it had less to do with her being a Wiccan than
> it did her (presumably) not being a Bush supporter. After all, this
> administration is known for not letting anyone but known friendlies
> inside the bubble :-(.
> Doesn't make it any less wrong, though.
> Bright Blessings,
> Morgan /|\