i don't really. i KNOW they'll welcome this. however, if this happened to king george, they would have called for both heads to roll AND heads on platters. no one, literally and figuratively would be safe from their purges.
me? now i don't mind complaining about the bosses now and again. it's only natural. i wouldn't trust someone who was happy with everything. BUT and it's a giant BUT, YOU NEVER EVER let an outsider (i.e. a reporter) know you're not happy with the powers that be (if you're on active duty that is). what a bunch o' chumps. an apology isn't enough for me. HEADS SHOULD ROLL (simply for the stupidity factor)
Top allied commander apologizes for magazine profile
KABUL -- The top U.S. general in Afghanistan apologized Tuesday over a magazine article that portrays him and his staff as flippant and dismissive of top Obama administration officials involved in Afghanistan policy.
The profile in Rolling Stone magazine, titled the "Runaway General," is certain to increase tension between the White House and Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
It also raises fresh questions about the judgment and leadership style of the commander Obama appointed last year in an effort to turn around a worsening conflict.
McChrystal and some of his senior advisors are quoted criticizing top administration officials, at times in starkly derisive terms. An anonymous McChrystal aide is quoted calling national security adviser James Jones a "clown.".............