FeaturesRadio Interviews Not Quite Tarring & Feathering By eric - September 12, 2013 2 1690 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp But a public shaming is a good start: Imagine if this sort of thing were done routinely – so that scumbags like Patreaus could not show their faces in public without having to face the contempt of the public. Related posts: NSA Refuses To Release Secret Obama Directive On Cybersecurity NSA seizes phone records of Verizon customers Almost Half Of All Americans Support Domestic Surveillance Drones Missouri Democrat Felonizes Gun Possession By Citizens
Definitely a step in the right direction.
Patreaus (and those like him) will still be able to get by with his retirement benefits.
But if they know they can’t show their faces in public without being jeered, then “mission accomplished.”