No this is not from move on, but from a source whose name shall not be mentioned, Col. Hunt has a strange way of framing issues.. maybe he will pull a Rush, first say it, then delete part of it and say he did not say it.. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,298203,00.html Our generals are betraying our soldiers ‚Ä¶ again Sorry, but I have to get your attention on this one. In both Afghanistan and Iraq, the United States Army ‚ÄĒ not the much maligned ‚ÄúLIBERAL PRESS‚ÄĚ or BILL CLINTON or the LIBERALS IN CONGRESS ‚ÄĒ NO, the UNITED STATES MILITARY is prosecuting its soldiers for doing their jobs. I have tried, I have yelled, I have used nasty words. I have even tried to use humor, but none of this is sticking. You either do not believe me ‚Ä¶ or much worse, you do not care. We did one of these stories on O‚ÄôReilly last week. Two great Special Forces soldiers, along with their team, tracked down a terrorist who was on the 10 Most Wanted list in Afghanistan. The Special Forces soldiers were operating under the much-hated rules of engagement, which said to capture or kill the bad guy, who was a bomb maker and terrorist leader. The soldiers followed this killer to his house/compound, used guile and trickery and lured the waste of life out of his lair and put a bullet in his head. It was a perfect operation ‚ÄĒ a ‚ÄúNice going guys,‚ÄĚ high fives, take the day off, ‚ÄúGet ready for the next one,‚ÄĚ type of operation. So how do you think our Special Forces soldiers were rewarded ‚ÄĒ or if not rewarded, treated ‚ÄĒ after this? THEY ARE BROUGHT TO TRIAL, INVESTIGATED AND FORCED TO SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS FOR LAWYERS. These poor excuse for officers do not deserve the soldiers they dare claim they lead. We as a nation had better go out and find us another Marshall, who at the beginning of World War II fired hundreds of senior officers because they were not cutting it. We need him today, as many of our senior officers are way overdue for a one-way trip to the woodshed.