Pelosi unhappy about 'General Betray Us' ad

Marre, Klaus
September 2007
Hill;9/13/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 105, p4
The article reports on the disapproval of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on MoveOn.org's advertising titled "General Betray US." It notes that the advertising criticizes U.S. troop commander David Howell Petraeus in Iraq due to his failure to demonstrate the full picture of the country's situation. Pelosi said that the advertising must demonstrate the true frustration of the people about war, and added that the troop did not achieved their main objectives due to political crisis.


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