Gen. Eric k. Shinseki – Obama Pick

President-elect Barrack Obama has chosen Gen. Eric k. Shinseki to head the Department of Veterans affairs. Reports allege that Gen. Eric k. Shinseki will be welcomed to the administration tomorrow. The story of Gen. Eric k. Shinseki introduction into the administration was leaked today by a party official.

Gen. Eric k. Shinseki is 66 years old and was a former Army chief of staff. Gen. Eric k. Shinseki has been retired for some 5 years. He served for some 38 years.

Not much news has come to the center about Gen. Eric k. Shinseki since he departed form the Pentagon in 2003. Gen. Eric k. Shinseki is believed to have had several clashes with Donald Rumsfield during his time as the Army chief of staff. Gen. Eric k. Shinseki was criticized when in 2003 he suggested that post-invasion Iraq might require several hundred thousand American soldier to maintain control.

Gen. Eric k. Shinseki’s prediction proved true, when in 2007 President Bush authorized an additional surge into Iraq.

It is unclear where Gen. Eric k. Shinseki will be introduced tomorrow, however, updates will be made available when information becomes available.

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