It was good to see the great American General, David Petraeus, honored at the Super Bowl Coin Toss. Considering the magnitude of his military accomplishment, he is the most unsung hero in the Country.
Why? Well, simply because publicizing General Petraeus' victory creates embarrassment for Liberals, from Move-on.org to Hillary Clinton to Commander in Chief Obama, all of whom bet against the General. Remember "General Betray-Us" and "a willing suspension of disbelief"? Obama was more discreet (and less like a leader, by the way), simply declining to meet with the military Commander in the theater of war from which candidate Obama was promising to precipitately withdraw our Armed Forces.
None of the above have bothered to admit that General Petraeus was right and they were wrong, and unlike former President Bush, none of the above is continually hectored by the Washington Press Corps to confess errors they have made. No "reporter" has thought of asking the new President, the new Secretary of State or the old Commies of Move-On whether Iraq and America would be better off if their side had prevailed two years ago. It would evidently be impolite to inquire, especially since admitting that Petraeus was right would imply the unthinkable . . . that George W. Bush was right. Horrors!