It’s not just General Powell. it seems a majority of our retired generals and admirals have endorsed Barack Obama for president.
Even McCain’s old pal General John Adams is supporting Obama.
McCain has implied that Obama…
Also speaking as a veteran, your facts are flaw to say the least. By far the majority of officers who have spoken out (both retired and active duty) support McCain over Obama by a wide margin. Those who spend time around other veterans (such as at the American Legion or VFW) find that there also the support for McCain far exceeds those supporting Obama. This also true for those on active duty.
Obama represents the destruction of the military as did Carter and Clinton. In addition Obama is a socialist in his approach to the economy and that will destroy the free market system that yet remains. With a President Obama and both houses of Congress controlled by the far left, the Constitution (already tattered) will be torn a part.
It is truly a shame when such false information is presented as if it were true. Spend time talking to actual veterans and active duty military.
Interesting. I’m for Obama. If you read Rolling Stone they report the facts. If you read this months addition, its quite interesting and it gives a new light on McCain and his campaign. It also says some stuff about bush. I just wonder how i missed it in 2000 and 2004. In 2000 if i would have been old enough to vote i would have gone for McCain but he has since changed his view on a lot of things so now i;’m for Obama because i think that he’s that right choice for out country.
Its all about Palin all Military leaders Know the Importance of the Second In Command And his pick was a very Bad choice Something the Republicans like to Minimize
I think is not so much that they support Obama, it’s the fact that they are tired of this administration and they want a change.
Some of them realize the humoungus cost of the war, and being in the military they have a better idea of what is necessary to end it.
John Adams, Brigadier General US Army (Ret), Former Deputy US Military Representative to the NATO Military Committee  Clifford Alexander, Jr., former Secretary of the Army Susan Ahn Cuddy, first female gunner officer in the U.S. Navy and daughter of Korean Independence fighter Ahn Chang-ho Wesley Clark, former General, former Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO, 2004 presidential candidate Tom Daniels, Texas Air National Guard Richard Danzig, former Secretary of the Navy Larry Gillespie, Brigadier General (Ret), Assistant Deputy Commanding General, (ARNG) Army Material Command Scott Gration Major General (USAF-Ret), former Director of Strategy, Policy, and Assessments of the United States European Command in Germany Donald Joseph Guter, former Judge Advocate General of the Navy, current Dean, Duquesne University School of Law, Pittsburgh Richard D. Hearney, former Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps John Hutson, former Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Navy Jeh Johnson, former General Counsel of the U.S. Air Force Lester Lyles, former Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force David ‘Dave’ McGinnis, Brigadier General (Ret), former Chief of Staff of the National Guard Association of the U.S. Merrill A. McPeak, four star General (Ret), former Secretary of the United States Air Force during Operation Desert Storm,  John B. Nathman (Ret), former Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Command and Vice Chief of Naval Operations F. Whitten Peters, former Secretary of the Air Force Hugh Robinson, Major General (Ret), Commander of the Southwestern Division James Smith, Brigadier General (USAF-Ret), former Commander, Joint Warfighting Center, U.S. Joint Forces Command, Joint Training Analysis and Simulation Center Robert ‘Willie’ Williamson Rear Admiral (USN-Ret), served as military Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition and Director, Office of Program Appraisal. Ralph Wooten Major General (Ret), former Commanding General of the Army’s Chemical Arsenal, currently the Executive Vice President of Management Systems, Inc. Colin Powell, General (Ret), former General in the United States Army, National Security Advisor (1987–1989) and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989–1993)
I think it is because they are sick of the politicians that served some time in the military coming into office and thinking they know more than the “lifers”. I mean, come on – McCain is going to know more about a military operation than Collin Powell? I doubt it.
Wow! How wrong can you be???
And this site has the letter and who signed the letter….
It can’t be a lie, it is against the law to plagiarizee.
Could have something to do with Obama voting to expand vetrans benefits, and McCain voting against it….3 times…
You are wrong and drinking the Obama koolaid.
The military OVERWHELMINGLY Supports McCain.
The Democrats know this, that is why they try to suppress the absentee voting from the Military.
these are incredibly educated and smart individuals that truly know what it takes to make a great president. i would say this is highly influential. i would trust a general’s judgment more than i would some crazy lady at a rally who says obama is an “arab” or some caribou barbie drunk with power who says he “pals around with terrorists”. i mean, what makes more sense?