You're a day late and a dollar short. Zinni isn't the only one who's been singing that tune. Almost all of them have been defamed as traitors for saying the same things. That should be reason enough for you to bounce the incumbent administration.
 Just want to confirm that I checked back on the thread and decided to rip-off PC's point, before I posted.
I'm in a course through DL with Joint Forces Staff College. It's a "how to play nice with the other services" course. Zinni is featured in a number of audio and video clips making key points in the course. Overall, I can say he's really bright and very engaging. I have no doubt he'd clean Hillary's clock in a debate. And a few others.
So, if Zinni was a "democrat", you would support him? Personally, Clark has been light years ahead in regards to the ex-general pointing out the wrongdoings in Iraq and with this administration.
If Zinni ran, I would certainly consider supporting him, regardless of the party. I say "consider" because who I would support depends on who is running.
I'm not sure what to think of Clark, because I sense he was not completely forthright about how close he was to the Clintons. I wouldn't pick someone solely on the basis of opposing the administration on Iraq. I would want to know more about their views.
Where was support for Zinni and the others who, months ago, said the Iraqi War was being mismanaged by Rumsfeld and the Pentagon? One can only imagine where the US might be today if Zinni's words had been heeded. Instead, we got "stay the course" and, if you disagree with that, you're a "cut and run" traitor.
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