This is a good point you bring up and i think we had talked about this issue in a previos thread. On the news yesterday, i could not help but notice the news presenter lady say the words "Today, our Commander In Chief spent the holidays..." and i thought about it a bit. The Presidency has been fully militiarised or the news folks are clueless. The President is the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces not the Civilian population. Even Bush and his people use this term to refer to Bush in non-military context and i think that is something not enough attention is paid to so that a correction can be given.crabtastic said:He's not your Commander in Chief, you're a civvy.