"It doesn't stand alone. It is part of a process,"..."There's other input that's coming throughout the government that the president will take on board. But I think we ought to look at it in context."
Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State
This was in defense of news that Obama, while considering whether to send more troops to Afghanistan, has only met with Gen. Stanley McChrystal Commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan once on the issue.
This administration is so arrogant and has such disdain for the military that getting the advice of the Commander of the campaign is just "part of a process", we need to look at it in "context".
My question is, shouldn't it be the process?
Let's not forget Congress in all of this either. Republican Congressional members have asked for the General to be called to testify. The Democratic leadership has refused, likely fearful of what questions the GOP would ask that the General would then be compelled to answer. I guess they don't want a "General Betrayous" moment huh?