Recently a caller to the Rush Limbaugh show asked this question, which is a good one: Caller: If the Democrats don't believe General Petraeus in his sworn testimony to Congress, how are any of them going to react as the chief executive when the military comes to them and brings them information to respond to a political or global crisis? What are they going to do, tell the military, "We don't believe you. You're not telling us the truth"? And Rush's answer: RUSH: No. No. That won't happen. Let me answer. It's a very, very timely and important question asked of the most important person in the country you could ask it to, and this is the answer: The dirty little secret, Charles, is that if one of these Democrats becomes the chief executive in 2009, we're not leaving Iraq, and the military, whatever they tell President Clinton, will be what she goes by. We are not going to get out of there, not with the Democrats in office. You people in the audience, this illusion is purposeful here to show you just how disingenuous they are at this very moment. They have no intention of getting out of Iraq with themselves in charge and the noose of defeat hanging around their necks. Now, the way that they will do this is Mrs. Clinton will get into office... You remember her husband promised this middle-class tax cut throughout his campaign, and within the first 30 days calls this national address (impression), "I've worked harder than anything I've ever worked on before in my life. I tried, but I just can't. They didn't tell me all that was going on here in the campaign. I have looked at the books, and I have discovered we can't afford a middle-class tax cut. I am sorry. I worked hard trying to bring it about, but we just can't do it." They'll do the same thing. Mrs. Clinton will say, "I, finally, as your president, have seen information the previous administration withheld from us, and what I have seen informs me we cannot leave now."