New Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
So we finally get a Marine as Chairman, big deal. What I want to know is why General Myers, the current Chairman gets to retire. We have people who are being forced to put their life on hold because of "Stop-Loss" orders, but generals like Myers, and Franks before him get to retire.
I guess we now know that the guys with four-stars on their shoulders aren't as important to the "war effort" as the guys who get shot at. Since they aren't as important, why don't we cut their salaries and give the money to the guys that are important?