Hillary Clinton questions General Petreus's credibility.
"The reports that you provide to us really require the willing suspension of disbelief."
Isn't that precisely what Mrs. Clinton asks of us?
Update: " If you're not tough enough to repudiate a scurrilous, outrageous attack such as that, then I don't know how you're tough enough to be President of the United States." John McCain
Oh, let's see. Mrs. Clinton learned how to turn $1000 into $100,000 by reading up on cattle futures in the Wall Street Journal.
She couldn't find subpoenaed Rose Law Firm billing records. Of course, they were discovered by one of Hillary's servants, sitting in the open, in the White House.
And, of course, Hillary had no reason to believe that Norman Hsu was a crook.
This is, of course, a very abbreviated list. But, the more I think about her slur, the angrier I get. Her obvious contempt for the military recalls her exploitation of the White House Marine Corp Honor Guard by forcing them into service as bellhops and waiters for her leftist house guests when she was first lady.