Letter to the Editor
How Is General Petraeus Different To Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Kennedy and Clinton
Presidents Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Kennedy and Clinton all had illicit affairs.
We were told that it was a private matter and hurt no one. In some cases the female participants were publicly trashed. In fact, having affairs was considered a resume enhancement because it showed virility and sexuality.
Those who complained were mocked and derided by the press.
So why is a crime for General Petraeus to have an affair? National security certainly can't be the reason, the White House leaks vital security information often and that is not a security issue.
What possibly could be wrong about the general having a little action under his desk?
Keith C. De Filippis,
San Jose, CA
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